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“New” Misconduct: Challenges and Solutions for Investigating as We Move to a New Normal


“New” Misconduct: Challenges and Solutions for Investigating as We Move to a New Normal


In a transitional environment, characterized by physical distancing, remote workplaces, re‑opening of the economy and a fuzzy view of what’s coming next, a new collection of risks and challenges has emerged. Companies of every size are navigating the new landscape under extra stress, without the advantages of face-to-face communication, and the demands of a workforce that is hurting.

It’s a challenge to keep workers safe, healthy, engaged, committed, and productive in this environment, and there will always be risks of corruption and misconduct. Investigating under these circumstances requires new approaches tools and techniques.

Join Ken McCarthy, President of Integrity by McCarthy Inc, as he outlines the new risks posed by this environment, and the challenges and opportunities that will follow.


The webinar will cover:

  • Risks for misconduct in virtual and remote workplaces
  • Opportunities for new and different kinds of misconduct
  • Challenges of investigating in a transitional environment
  • Post-pandemic investigations
  • Examples of employees crossing the line
  • How the fraud triangle helps us to detect and prevent misconduct in the new environment

Webinar Presenter
Kenneth McCarthy
Kenneth McCarthy

Ken is a former executive from the Canada Border Services Agency, where during the final 10 years of his career, he led a workplace investigations program for a workforce of over 15,000 employees. He provided executive oversight in more than 500 workplace investigations and has designed and delivered investigation training sessions to over 500 front-line managers.
Ken has seen the devastating consequences of workplace harassment, violence, and fraud on individuals and organizations, from issues related to mental health, absenteeism, and presenteeism; to organizational reputation damage and financial losses. He set out to make a difference by founding Integrity By McCarthy Inc.
Ken is also a member of the investigation unit for the Office of the Sport Integrity Commissioner of Canada, under the Abuse Free Sport program, which aims to eliminate maltreatment in sport in all Canadian federally funded sports organizations, from grassroots to high performance levels.

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