Internal Investigations: How to Deal with Interviewing Former Employees
When conducting an internal investigation, the issue of interviewing former employees can be very tricky. Often times, there is no obligation for that former employee to cooperate with his/her past employer. The former employee may have left under circumstances that are less than desirable, and, as a result, their willingness to cooperate or provide information is going to be severely limited.
In this short clip, learn how to navigate this tricky situation and get a sneak peek at AltaClaro’s upcoming Master Class on Anatomy of an Internal Investigation, featuring Michael Mancusi (Partner, Arnold & Porter) and A.J. Bosco (Senior Advisor, StoneTurn, xAGC, J.P. Morgan Chase).
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