Workplace FactFinders Helping to Resolve Misconduct in the Workplace

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Austin investigation and consulting firm Workplace FactFinders releases new book, Company Confidential, designed to address the challenges facing businesses today, including those that have been played out in the media.

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This book is a way for businesses to identify, address, and avoid situations like those involving Harvey Weinstein, Matt Lauer and Al Franken. It is a handbook, of sorts, to deal with employee misconduct, including sexual harassment.

Company Confidential: The Secrets to Effectively Resolving Internal Conflict is an informative book that aims to help businesses large and small solve issues with employee misconduct, policy compliance and internal investigations.

With unique insight derived from their many years of investigation and consulting experience, Cynthia Fenton and Stephanie Woodhead, authors and co-founders of Workplace FactFinders, LLC, walk readers through their process of Informed Resolutions™, a proactive method designed to create a reporting culture that is fair, effective and transparent.

Company Confidential combines information culled from high-profile cases; interviews with business, legal, and human resource leaders; and our own war stories,” said Fenton. “This book is a way for businesses to identify, address, and avoid situations like those involving Harvey Weinstein, Matt Lauer and Al Franken. It is a handbook, of sorts, to deal with employee misconduct, including sexual harassment.”

Added Woodhead, “This book is your guide to minimizing exposure, saving money, enhancing employee engagement, and creating a solid foundation for future success. We wrote this in response to the trends we were seeing in the news.”

Readers will learn how to minimize claims and negative publicity; engage employees to create a robust, respectful reporting culture; re-invigorate the methods of addressing internal issues and start using practical, proactive tools; support human resources staff by clearly delineating their responsibilities; and aid one’s legal team by providing relevant, unbiased facts.

“You will also learn how to foster peace of mind for the executive team by limiting the distractions caused by employee issues,” noted Fenton.

“We illustrate how ignoring internal conflict often leads to legal claims and negative publicity,” concluded Woodhead. “You will also glean insight from the stories of others about what to do and not to do in a crisis.”

Thirty percent of book sales will go to Ride On Center for Kids (ROCK). ROCK is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit provider of equine-assisted activities and therapies, serving Central Texas since 1998.

For information about how to purchase Company Confidential: The Secrets to Effectively Resolving Internal Conflict, please visit the Workplace FactFinders web site at http://www.workplacefactfinders.com. News media may contact the authors at info(at)wp-ff(dot)com for interviews or for a copy of the book to review.

About Workplace FactFinders
Workplace FactFinders is a licensed investigations firm that specializes in employee misconduct and business integrity investigations. It works with business leaders and attorneys to conduct investigations involving workplace misconduct (including sexual harassment, discrimination, policy violations and more), informational due diligence, fraud, executive-level background screenings, vendor integrity, AML/BSA, trademark, copyright, and patent investigations as well as other support services. For more information, please call (844) 321-9733, or visit http://www.workplacefactfinders.com. Workplace FactFinders mailing address is 12407 N Mopac Expy., Suite 250-514, Austin, TX 78758.

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