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One of the most stressful situations an HR professional or business leader will face is responding to a complaint. Complex situations that demand workplace investigations arise in even the healthiest workplace cultures. In fact, almost two-thirds of employees in the U.S. say they have either witnessed or been the victim of workplace discrimination1 — one of the most common investigation triggers. Resolving complaints quickly and fairly is a high-stakes endeavor: Badly handled investigations can lower productivity, tank morale and have financial repercussions (discrimination settlements average $40,0001). Employers Council can guide organizations through all aspects of investigations, helping them arrive at answers and mitigate risks.
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