About TSCS Global Management Solutions
I started TSCS Global Management Solutions to provide fair and thorough employment investigations to international organizations and non-profit agencies. As a former Administrative Lawyer for the United Nations, I realized that conducting workplace investigations is challenging for any organization. As an independent professional with investigation experience in international organizations and agencies I am aware of the need for external and impartial independent investigations. As employees become more aware of their rights, management requires an independent investigative process conducted in a fair and expeditious manner. TSCS Global Management Solutions provides this service to management in international organizations and non-profit international agencies.
TSCS Global Management Solutions is a female and minority-owned company which offers an independent assessment of staff misconduct and disciplinary allegations. Employees in international organizations are aware of their rights to challenge decisions based on discrimination, including gender, racial, ethnic, religion, age and other claims. Our company will investigate allegations of workplace discrimination to ensure management hiring, promotion and termination decisions are based on fair processes and procedures.
A poorly conducted internal investigation can damage the reputation of an organization or non-profit international agency. Public media can obtain misconduct reports which can affect future funding for the organization or agency. TSCS Global Management Solutions realizes that the workforce is changing dramatically in a short period of time and is challenging for management. Our company offers independent investigation of workplace misconduct based on experience with international administrative law and work experience in international organizations. TSCS Global Management Solutions also will investigate sexual harassment allegations in the workplace in a confidential and objective manner.
Tamara Shockley has over 25 years of experience in administrative law in the United Nations and the Programmes and Funds. She has experience in United Nations employment law as an attorney, investigator, mediator, and trainer for a large range of United Nations staff members in Africa, Asia, and Europe. Tamara is an attorney with experience managing investigations and providing legal advice to the United Nations and UNICEF in Africa, Latin America, and Asia. Tamara has managed investigations and provided legal advice in the areas of sexual harassment, abuse of authority, procurement fraud, insurance fraud, and violations of UN Staff Regulations and Rules and administrative policies. She has also represented management on staff misconduct and disciplinary litigation before the United Nations Dispute Tribunals.
Tamara is a member of the New York State Bar. She attended the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy and Vanderbilt University School of Law. She has obtained training certificates in “Investigation Techniques in Employee Misconduct” and “Handling Sexual Harassment Investigations”. She has studied Negotiations at the Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University.
Tamara is also the author of numerous articles about United Nations administrative law, including “The Investigation Procedures of the United Nations Office of Internal Oversight Services and the Rights of the United Nations Staff Member”; “Ethics and the United Nations International Civil Servant”; and “The Evolution of a New International System of Justice in the United Nations”.
Tamara is a member of the Executive Board of the American Society of International Law(ASIL). She is the former co-chair of the ASIL Minorities in International Law Interest Group and the ASIL International Courts and Tribunals Interest Group.