Cox Smith Employment and Employer Rights Workshop: Who is Investigating Whom?

July 13, 2012

Increasingly, employees are taking their own action to collect  information or “investigate” a workplace incident, whether through  secretly tape recording conversations in the workplace, social media, or  removing company documents.  These actions are creating new challenges  for employers when they investigate workplace incidents and complaints.   More regulatory oversight and administrative agency rulings also impact  what employers must do when conducting internal investigations. We will  review some of the old and new issues surrounding best practices for  conducting employee investigations.  Some topics to be covered include:

  • Who should be the investigator?
  • Do employers have to give disclosures to interviewees?
  • Should you review social media sites?
  • How to document interviews and findings?
  • What policies should you have to address these issues?

Friday, July 13, 2012
Cox Smith Matthews Incorporated
112 East Pecan Street | Suite 1800
San Antonio, TX 78205
Two session times offered - 7:30AM or noon. See registration form.

Who should attend this seminar?

Human Resources Professionals
Business Owners
Corporate Counsel
Managerial and Supervisory Employees


Ray Bissmeyer*, Shareholder
Dan Stern*, Shareholder
*Board Certified in Labor and Employment Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization


Please join us on July 13th at our downtown office in the Weston  Centre building. This workshop is expected to last 90 minutes and is  complimentary for up to two attendees per company. Registration for  additional attendees is $75 each. For registration details and parking  options, see the registration form at the right.

Contact Sandra Young at 210.554.5390 if you cannot access the registration form. Seating is limited to 70 per session, so register early.