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Trauma-Informed Interviewing in Workplace Investigations

Trauma-Informed Interviewing in Workplace Investigations By: Keith Rohman, Brenda Ingram, and Cathleen Watkins Originally published in the AWI Journal, July 2018, Volume 9, No. 2 Trauma is part of the world we live in, and trauma survivors are present in every workplace. Some people are exposed to trauma on a daily basis as part of their…

Surge in Outside Workplace Investigations in #MeToo Milieu

Bloomberg Law Surge in Outside Workplace Investigations in #MeToo Milieu By: Kodichi Nwankwo Workplace investigators are staying busy in the #MeToo era as companies increasingly look to third-party investigators to handle claims of harassment. “Everyone I know in this field is busy,” Keith Rohman, president of the Association of Workplace Investigators said. Rohman, who has investigated…

Rohman Named President of AWI

As workplace sexual harassment complaints made national headlines, Keith Rohman was elected president of the Association of Workplace Investigators (AWI), an international professional organization focused on investigating alleged employee misconduct. Rohman, founder and president of Public Interest Investigations, Inc., (PII), is serving a two-year term as AWI’s president while he continues to lead the daily…

LA County will pay a man $15 million after he was wrongly convicted

PII investigators work with legal team on wrongful conviction case.  Exoneree receives $15 million settlement from LA County.   KPCC L.A. County to pay $15 million to man wrongfully convicted of murder By: Frank Stoltze In one of the largest such legal settlements ever in the U.S., the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors Tuesday…
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