Verena MarshallSenior Workplace Investigator

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technical qualifications
  • Certificate III in Investigation Services
  • Certificate IV in Government Investigations
  • Licensed Investigator (Lic No. 50065)
tertiary qualifications
  • Doctor of Philosophy –(PhD in HRM)
  • Juris Dr of Law
  • Grad Dip Legal Practice
  • BA

An experienced workplace investigator, HR practitioner, researcher.  Verena is legally trained and holds a PhD in performance management.  She has over 30 years’ experience as an HR professional and she uses methodologies and processes combined with her legal qualifications to ensure her investigations are legally sound and based on procedural fairness and natural justice. Verena’s main areas of work are workplace investigations and HR advocacy. She investigates complaints and grievances relating to performance management and organisational reviews, as well alleged discrimination, harassment, sexual harassment and bullying. An important part of her role as investigator is to provide training to organisations on employment law, investigation processes, and organisational policies and processes that support a fair, respectful and lawful workplace.

Verena’s work in advocacy includes mediation in industrial disputes, termination of employment, unfair dismissal, enterprise bargaining, workers compensation, development of performance agreements, and organisational reviews.

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0419 005 548

 

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info@wpmn.com.au

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For a confidential discussion about how we can assist your company, contact Helen on 0419 005 548 or helen@wpmn.com.au

Thank you Dr Helen Sitlington for an insightful and inspiring presentation at my book launch (Workplace Abuse, Incivility & Bullying: Methodological and Cultural Perspectives). Your presentation clearly demonstrated the complexities associated with managing and investigating workplace bullying scenarios. Your suggestions for future action, were sound, and practical, and invaluable for any modern workplace with an interest in people, performance, and productivity.
Best regards

Associate Professor
Maryam Omari.

Maryam-Omari
insightful and inspiring
Dean of School of Business & Law, Edith Cowan University

How Can We Help

For a confidential discussion about how we can assist your company, contact Helen on 0419 005 548 or helen@wpmn.com.au