Southern California
Wednesday, October 5, 2016 - 08:0010/05/2016 3:00pm 10/05/2016 3:00pm Southern California Chapter Meeting Click here to download the event flyer   This chapter meeting will provide valuable information necessary to evaluate your investigative needs and tactics when dealing with claimants and applicants. We will also help define the limits of employee behavior in the realm of harassing, discriminating and bullying.   Agenda: 8:00a - 9:00a Registration, Welcome, Breakfast 9:00a - 10:15a CONDUCTING EFFECTIVE SUBROSA INVESTIGATIONS Everyone has hired a private investigator to go out and conduct surveillance on an injured claimant or applicant, but do you really know what the investigator is doing and how? Our speaker will educate the audience on best practices and gaining the best results. Presenter – Patrick Carroll, President, Horsemen Investigations 10:15a - 10:45a Break & Networking 10:45a - 12:00p EMPLOYEES ARE TRIPPIN’ In today’s complicated workplace it is difficult to determine if the behavior of an employee is actionable harassment, discrimination or bullying. Further, how do you handle complaints from employees that are not actionable? Join us to learn the boundaries of employee behavior and best practices for resolving these matters. Presenters – Nicole Davis Tinkham, Esq. Collins Collins Muir + Stewart 12:00p - 1:00p Lunch and Networking    Cost: Public Agency Members are Free Associates $25 Non-Members $50   Date and Time: October 5, 2016, 8:00am-1:00pm   RSVP: Candice Fisher at: candicef@ci.brea.ca.us   Questions?: Please call our Chapter Chair, Paul Zeglovitch @ (562) 631-4111 or E-mail him at: pzeglovitch@cjpia.org   Click here to download the event flyer   America/Los_Angeles public
 
This chapter meeting will provide valuable information necessary to evaluate your investigative needs and tactics when dealing with claimants and applicants. We will also help define the limits of employee behavior in the realm of harassing, discriminating and bullying.
 
Agenda:
8:00a - 9:00a Registration, Welcome, Breakfast
9:00a - 10:15a CONDUCTING EFFECTIVE SUBROSA INVESTIGATIONS
Everyone has hired a private investigator to go out and conduct surveillance on an injured claimant or applicant, but do you really know what the investigator is doing and how? Our speaker will educate the audience on best practices and gaining the best results.
Presenter – Patrick Carroll, President, Horsemen Investigations
10:15a - 10:45a Break & Networking
10:45a - 12:00p EMPLOYEES ARE TRIPPIN’
In today’s complicated workplace it is difficult to determine if the behavior of an employee is actionable harassment, discrimination or bullying. Further, how do you handle complaints from employees that are not actionable? Join us to learn the boundaries of employee behavior and best practices for resolving these matters.
Presenters – Nicole Davis Tinkham, Esq. Collins Collins Muir + Stewart
12:00p - 1:00p Lunch and Networking 
 
Cost: Public Agency Members are Free
  • Associates $25
  • Non-Members $50
 
Date and Time: October 5, 2016, 8:00am-1:00pm
 
RSVP: Candice Fisher at: candicef@ci.brea.ca.us
 
Questions?: Please call our Chapter Chair, Paul Zeglovitch @ (562) 631-4111 or E-mail him at: pzeglovitch@cjpia.org

 

Member Price: 
$0.00
Non-member Price: 
$50.00
Location: 
CA JOINT POWERS INS. AUTH. Conference Room
8081 Moody Street
La Palma, CA 90623
United States