Emily Gordon joined Employment Matters LLC in January 2020, after demonstrating interest, persistence, and acumen in the workplace investigations profession. After graduating from the Case Western University School of Law in 2010, where she utilized her writing skills as a writing tutor for other students and an articles editor of the CWRU Journal of International Law, she spent five years reviewing, analyzing, and summarizing various federal regulations for a software company. Emily then worked for several years as in-house counsel with two startup software firms, and most recently worked at a boutique law firm where she focused her practice on corporate law. Emily discovered her interest in workplace investigations after being exposed to the investigative process firsthand, and now excels at putting her writing and critical thinking skills to use in each investigation she performs.
A standout employment attorney and trainer for Colorado employers for over a decade, Cheri now brings her knowledge, experience, and savvy to EMFIG as a senior trainer and workplace investigator. Cheri rounds out ann accomplished team of investigators at EMFIG and adds substantive depth to the firm’s training seminar offerings focused on EEO/Harassment, Workplace Investigations, and Documentation Skills. Welcome, Cheri.
As an experienced attorney and investigator of complex scenarios involving high-ranking employees in the public and private sectors, Suzanne has earned the respect of her colleagues and clients as poised, logical, and insightful. Suzanne previously worked as an investigator with four of her current EMFIG colleagues. Suzanne exemplifies the crucial skills and intangible qualities that make for exceptional investigators, which is a hallmark at EMFIG. In addition to her significant experience investigating workplace harassment and retaliation complaints and ethics concerns, Suzanne is a certified investigator of campus sexual violence matters under Title IX.
Bill Berger, Esq. Guest Speaker – AWI Denver Local Circle Meeting
Do you have to share workplace investigation findings with participants?
What are investigation participants entitled to know?
Are there different rules for the complainant? The “accused” individual?
These and many more questions arise in the wake of workplace investigations. Don’t miss opportunity to hear employment attorney Bill Berger discuss Post Investigation Communications at the next Denver Local Circle meeting of AWI on Thursday, July 20, 2017, from 9:00 to 10:3o am at the University of Denver. Bring your questions and meet others who share your challenges and dedication to continuous improvement in the workplace investigations profession. The Association of Workplace Investigators gathers investigators and HR/employment law professionals to enhance the profession.
Register to attend by emailing Mark Flynn at firstname.lastname@example.org and include names, email addresses, and organization of attendees.
AWI Denver – Local Circle
Thursday, July 20, 2017
9:00 – 10:30 am
Mary Reed Building, 2199 South University Boulevard, Denver, CO 80208
Renaissance Room, 2nd Floor
Attendees with accessibility concerns, please contact Laura Maresca at 303-871-7436. Here is an Interactive Map for more detailed information.
Having passion for your job is a great gift.
Done well, workplace investigations provide a valuable contribution to productive, effective work environments. Investigations are also labor intensive – and demand an elusive balance of aural (listening), oral, and written communication skills along with HR/employment law knowledge, and emotional intelligence, too. Many are tasked with executing this important function, but it is not for everyone. Employment Matters LLC Flynn Investigations Group (EMFIG) is grateful to celebrate Kim DeLuca as the latest addition to its team of highly experienced workplace and school investigators.
Kim has a diverse legal background having worked in a big law firm environment, in-house for a large corporation, and most recently as an investigator and manager of workplace investigation services for one of the largest and most respected employer associations in the country. Since focusing exclusively on workplace investigations, Kim has distinguished herself among fellow investigators and employers as a standout in the profession. In addition to possessing that rare combination of skills and a veteran’s perspective, Kim enjoys passion for her work. It all makes Kim DeLuca a perfect fit for EMFIG.
As a former Senior Attorney with the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights (“OCR”), experienced workplace and school investigator, and established expert witness for parties in Title IX, Title II, and Section 504 (disability) litigation, Jim Long is a welcome addition to EMFIG. Jim is uniquely qualified to contribute to EMFIG – dedicated to excellence in Title IX and workplace investigations for schools and employers.
Clear and concise writing to demonstrate well-reasoned analysis makes David Vogel one of the best workplace investigators I know, and a welcomed addition to EMFIG.
I am thrilled, honored, and grateful to welcome Jody Luna to EMFIG as a Senior Investigator of workplace and Title IX matters. Jody has conducted and managed hundreds of investigations in her impressive career. Her knowledge, experience, and professionalism are preeminent in the growing field of workplace investigations. Reach Jody at email@example.com.