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COVID hampers workplace investigations, but the demand has only grown

Investigators have found building witness rapport and seizing documents a challenge

COVID hampers workplace investigations, but the demand has only grown

Lawyers who do workplace investigations say that, while the pandemic has not changed their work’s fundamental nature, it has created several logistical challenges and amplified pre-existing tensions.

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