Monthly Archives: January 2014

238k Reasons Why Interviewing the Complainant and Alleged Wrongdoer Simultaneously Is a Bad Idea

I swear it’s true. Mendoza v. Western Medical Center Santa Ana.  (CA Ct of Appeal, filed 1/14/14) Mendoza received a nice jury award of $238k.  This is another case about the importance of conducting a good faith investigation. Facts: Mendoza … Continue reading

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Lessons for a Happy Life with an HR Spin

We learn life lessons throughout our lives. Sometimes the lessons are from our own mistakes, from being inquisitive, and other times we learn from others.  Often, the lessons are unexpected.  I recently watched a video of Sam Bern, an amazing … Continue reading

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Investigation Training in Houston and Dallas

I love delivering investigation training and I get to do just that in Houston on Monday, January 13 and then in Dallas on Tuesday, January 14.  The training is interactive – no ppt and is filled with tips, tools and, … Continue reading

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