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Post-Investigation Recommendations for Internal Investigations of Employment Issues


Review issues to consider after an investigation has been concluded.

In rendering recommendations following an investigation, a number of issues must be considered and answered. These issues include, but are not limited to, were any of the company’s policies, guidelines, or practices violated, were any laws probably violated, is the company required to report its findings to a governmental agency? If it is determined that misconduct has occurred, an employer has different options of disciplinary actions to take if it chooses. This white paper reviews those options and discusses how to respond to the complaining employee and discoverability of the investigation.



George S. Howard, Jr.

George S. Howard, Jr.

Jones Day

  • Of counsel in the law firm of Jones Day’s San Diego office
  • Has represented employers for more than 40 years and has advised employers concerning dozens of complaints of sexual or other unlawful harassment, many of which resulted in litigation
  • Fellow of the College of Labor and Employment Lawyers and has been recognized since 1993 in The Best Lawyers in America
  • For many years has presented for Lorman Education Services on conducting internal investigations of employment claims
  • In the 1990s he was part of a team that provided anti-harassment training to the court staff and justices of the California Courts of Appeal and the California Supreme Court
  • Recently co-wrote a paper analyzing the California Fair Employment and Housing Council’s regulations on discrimination and harassment
  • Currently the amicus coordinator and a former chair of the Employers Group Legal Committee, a group of 18 prominent California lawyers who represent the interests of employers, as amicus curiae, in important employment and labor cases before the California and federal courts; in that capacity he was the author of a successful amicus brief in the important harassment case of Lyle v. Warner Brothers, in which the California Supreme Court addressed claims of environmental harassment involving the Friends television show
  • J.D. and B.A. degrees, University of Virginia
  • Can be contacted at 858-314-1166 or [email protected]

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