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Young Workers Conference, July 8-10, 2016

STEP 1: ORGANIZE THE FACTS.

Once you have completed the investigation, prepare an outline for your report by organizing the facts in a logical order. Read through General Guidelines for Record-keeping.

STEP 2: WRITE A REPORT.

The investigation report should summarize the investigation. Remember, your report will be used to help determine how the complaint gets resolved. The report should include:

  • summary of allegation and complainant’s statement
  • summary of alleged harasser’s statement
  • summary of witnesses’ statements
  • summary of findings
  • summary of proposed resolve
  • name of each investigator and position in the union

Remember, your report should:

  • be logical and easy to read
  • provide substantiated proof
  • offer specific recommendations (with reasons for the recommendations)

STEP 3: SUBMIT THE REPORT TO YOUR UNIT CHAIRPERSON.

Remember to maintain confidentiality when handling the report.

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