1-416-427-1567 Roelf@The-Right-Talent.ca
Workplace Investigations

 We conduct discrete organizational interventions and lead workplace investigations in the following areas:

 Workplace bullying / respectful interaction at work

 Personal relationships which lead to work-related conflicts of interest

 Sexual harassment in the workplace

 Occupational fraud / misuse of corporate assets / Breaches of organizational  security

Every assignment starts with a thoughtful, private conversation. During it, we listen first, and then suggest what might be done.

Interventions go beyond investigations. They produce a change in the way work is done. They are often the best way to act on an investigation’s findings We work with you to shape and to implement interventions that achieve practical results.

Investigations get to the facts. Interventions almost always involve an investigation of some kind. Alternatively, an investigation can be done as a stand alone.

Based on the discovered facts, we work with you as you determine the action you need to get your desired discrete outcome. 

We do this discretely and confidentially.

Our focus is on getting concrete results.

We use word of mouth communication on Linked In and personal referrals to make potential clients aware of this service.

Roelf Woldring is a member of the Association of Workplace Investigators.  Access his profile here.

He led numerous internal investigations during his executive career. He now conducts independent investigations for clients as a lead investigator or as the manager of an investigative team.

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