Consider each of these scenarios: 1) an employee complains to a supervisor about being sexually harassed by a co-worker; 2) a company devises a marketing strategy that is leaked to a competitor; 3) a restaurant's inventory of steak knives is dwindling. Each situation requires a company-conducted internal investigation. Time and time again however poorly conducted investigations come back to bite the employer . . .
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