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Atlanta, Georgia 30339


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Diane Citrino, Esq. is featured in the March 2016 NE Ohio's Best Lawyers and published "Giving Credit Where It's Due."


Allison West,  a Ninth Circuit and California Workplace Investigator with WIG, has been invited to speak at the SHRM Annual Conference on "The Top Ten Things You Need to Know When Investigating High-Level Executives"


Lorene Schaefer was cited in the book "Boost Your Team's Productivity by Resolving Workplace Conflict" and was interviewed in January 2016 by Corporate Counse magazine regarding CalTech's internal harassment invesitgation.



The EEOC invited Workplace Investigations Group's President, Lorene Schaefer, to its D.C. headquarters to provide expert testimony on how to improve its investigation and conciliation processes. Her written testimony can be read on the EEOC's site by clicking here.

You can also download a pdf copy of her written testimony.
EEOC Written Testimony.pdf
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2017 Training Schedule

Workplace Investigations Group's two-day  Intermediate Training Course is offered in Atlanta, GA.  We are also available to deliver on-site customized training to your organization.  Just call the office to talk with us about your organization's training goals.


Our training is designed for in-house counsel, risk managers, and human resources professionals responsible for workplace investigations into allegations ranging from bullying to harassment/discrimination to retaliation.  The training is experiential, with an emphasis on mock witness interviews, report writing and more. The capstone experience in our Module II course includes a mock deposition on an in-class investigation report. 


Here are the dates for the Atlanta, GA training:

  • March 29-30, 2017
  • June 7-8, 2017
  • November 8-9, 2017


Early Bird pricing and multi-registrant discounts are included in the payment options below.


Online registration is found below.  For more course agendas, click here



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On-Site Training Options

WIG offers its workplace investigation training courses in various locations throughout the year, but also contracts with employers and organizations to hold these courses on-site.  For our national offering of training, please see our calendar and locations below for upcoming, scheduled training offerings.  Seminar agendas can be found here.


Professional organizations and employers can take advantage of on-site training at their location.  Please contact Alex to schedule on-site training of any of WIG's training courses at their location.  This on-site training option allows scheduling conveniences that are less disruptive than off-site sessions.


A recommended on-site format is to hold "Workplace Investigations Training: Module I" (1-day seminar) with a larger cadre of supervisors, in house counsel, and HR professionals in order to provide a baseline of training and then, up to three months later, provide "Module II," a 2-day practicum with witness interviews, report drafting and a mock deposition, to a selection of employees who completed Module I.  Of course, our two-day Intermediate Training is also available.  


Contact Alex for more information on pricing and to schedule on-site training for your team or organization.

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