Steps to Internal Investigation

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Absolutely no plagiarism, must be original and very thorough. Please make sure everything is followed in the question and the grading rubric. Assigned readings are attached but also must include one other academic relevant resource, total of at least 2 references. Must include in-text citations. Please include the free link to the relevant academic source.

Question: Based on the readings for this week, if you were the human resources (HR) director of a large corporation, what are three or four steps that you would always undertake when conducting an internal investigation, and why have you chosen these steps?


The Practical Litigator: Marshall, R. (2008, March). Conducting Internal Investigations. The Practical Litigator, 19(2), 23-37. Retrieved December 10, 2010, from Research Library. (Document ID: 1437723911). file:///C:/Users/User/Downloads/CCC%20-%20Conducting%20Internal%20Investigations%20-%20The%20Practical%20Investigator.pdf

Conducting Internal Investigations: Chunias, J. & Braceras, R. (2015). Conducting internal investigations. Goodwin Procter. Retrieved September 19, 2016 from

What Employers Should Know About Conducting Internal Investigations: McKee, J.. (2007). What Employers Should Know About Conducting Internal Investigations. Compensation and Benefits Review, 39(5), 60-66,5. Retrieved December 11, 2010, from ABI/INFORM Global. (Document ID: 1365250501). file:///C:/Users/User/Downloads/CCC%20-%20What%20Employers%20Should%20Know%20About%20Conducting%20Internal%20Investigations%20-%20Compensation%20and%20Benefits%20Review.pdf

Workplace Investigations – No Such Thing as an Informal Complaint: Published in New Hampshire Business Review, April 2010

The Five Most Common Mistakes in Internal Investigations: Mohr, T., & Rao, N. (2009). The Five Most Common Mistakes in Internal Investigations. Directorship, 35(5), 69-71.

Please see grading rubric below. This assignment should be at least 4-5 paragraphs long and very thorough. Make sure you integrate real-life applications to support key points.



This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Quality of Initial Response

Initial response displays an excellent understanding of the course readings and underlying concepts and includes the correct use of relevant terminology. Initial response integrates specific real-life application (current events, work or personal experience, prior coursework, etc.) to support key points. Initial response is clear, concise, and compelling.

This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Research

Initial response contains at least one reference to a valid (recent, relevant, high-quality) external source of information pertaining to the discussion topic. Research is cited, in-text, to support key points. Integration of research in initial response exceeds expectations. (This should be along with the provided textbook, so a total of 2 references).

This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Mechanics

Entirely free of mechanical errors. These include: grammar, punctuation, spelling, and formatting (font style and size).

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