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Between a Rock and a Hard Place: 

Workplace Investigations
Sometimes the law requires an employer
Tuesday, June 29, 2010 to investigate – after a harassment claim, for
2:00 - 4:00 p.m. example. But other times investigating, and
Where? documenting your investigation, is just a good
Napa Chamber Board Room idea. 
1556 First Street, Napa In either case, tension between employment
How Much? laws and operational goals often place HR
$50 Chamber members* “between a rock and a hard place.” After a
$65 non-members brief legal update, this presentation focuses on
laws requiring investigations, guidance on how
(* Purchase the Series of 2 to conduct a proper investigation, tactics for
for $85) resolving conflicts, and practical advice about
when to call for outside help.
RESERVATIONS REQUIRED Participants will also receive written
RSVP by June 28, 2010 materials discussing best practices and
Register online at investigation techniques.
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Napa Chamber of Commerce
June 29th Workshop 2 held from 2 - 4 p.m.
Sept 9th Workshop 3 held from 2 - 4 p.m.


This Workshop is designed for the SMALL and LARGE employers. The Napa Chamber is committed to keeping
you informed and supporting your business, that is why we are offering this critical series of workshops again in
2010. Book both workshops and save $15. Make your reservation today on or by
phone 707.226.7455

This workshop will be conducted by Richard Rybicki of Rybicki & Associates, an expert
in the field of labor law compliance, and will provide you with the latest information on
how to stay within the law in this difficult but critically important area of your business.
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