You only get one chance to properly respond to an employee complaint. Be sure you do it right.
Governmental agencies, judges and juries take the promptness, thoroughness and impartiality of a company’s investigation of a workplace complaint seriously. Very, seriously.
The quality of an investigation can easily become the deciding factor in resolving an internal complaint, or become the solid evidence you need if your case goes to court. Retaining a qualified, impartial investigator satisfies an employer’s obligation to investigate complaints and then take corrective action as necessary.
- Sexual and other Unlawful Harassment
- Accommodations – Disability and Religion
- Violence and Conflict
- Adequacy of Policies and Procedures
- Performance, Discipline and Termination
- Diversity Issues
- Employee Misconduct, Theft, Fraud
EP Specialists’ investigations do more than satisfy the minimal requirements of law; they afford benefits both to attorneys and companies involved in Employment Practices issues. Utilizing a neutral, independent third party to conduct the investigation ensures that the attorney-client relationship is protected from any taint of conflict of interest.
EP Specialists’ investigations bring a distinct strength to the table: a combination of both the Employment law credentials and the Employment Practices expertise that work together in a “whole picture” way to uncover, and remedy, the subtle liabilities of the workplace.
With an EP Specialists’ investigator, you’ll get insightful interviewing of witnesses, thorough evaluation of evidence, cautious weighing of credibility—all of which put you on the right side of the law—right where you want to be.