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Worker wins $11,000 compo payout after “hopelessly flawed investigation” lands business in hot water

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“If you don’t get your investigation right you might find yourself sent right back to the beginning, like a very expensive game of snakes and ladders,”

Workplace Law’s Managing Director, Athena Koelmeyer was interviewed by Smart Company’s News Editor, Matthew Elmas about what can happen if an employer bungles an investigation into alleged employee misconduct.

Workplace Law’s Managing Director, Athena Koelmeyer was interviewed by Smart Company’s News Editor, Matthew Elmas about what can happen if an employer bungles an investigation into alleged employee misconduct.

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