When employees go astray

01/8/2010 | Fistful of Talent

When investigating a complex case involving a possible employee misdeed, begin by interviewing as many people as possible, including eyewitnesses and those who can talk about the character of the employee in question, Kris Dunn writes. Also, "if somebody acts like they have bad judgment during an investigation, guess what? They do have bad judgment. Factor it into your employment decision," he writes.

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