Ablin Law specializes in providing employers and law firms with expert, prompt and objective workplace investigation solutions.
Ablin Law helps employers to navigate and to resolve common and serious problems in the workplace.
When a work environment becomes intimidating, hostile, or abusive, employers can be held liable. Harassment laws protect everyone from that kind of unwelcome conduct.
It is illegal to discriminate against employees and applicants in every aspect of employment, including hiring, firing, promoting, as well as in the conditions of employment.
Policy & Employee Code of Conduct Violations
Employees are expected to adhere to the standards of ethical behavior and professional conduct laid out by the employer.
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Recent Articles by Rachel Ablin, Esq.
Investigating a workplace complaint can be a long and tedious process; however, every complaint should be taken seriously, and given the time and attention it deserves. When an investigation nears a conclusion, closing out the complaint properly can be as important as the investigation process itself. The following key steps will help ensure that you close out an internal investigation correctly.
When an employee alleges discrimination or harassment in the workplace the employer is legally required to act swiftly and efficiently to try and determine if the claim has merit. If evidence is uncovered that supports the allegations an employer’s legal obligations are relatively clear; however, what should an employer do when there is no evidence to support the allegations?
Anytime an employee makes a workplace complaint, that complaint should be taken seriously and acted on without delay. In fact, a number of federal and state laws require an employer to conduct an immediate investigation. Just as no two complaints are ever identical, neither are any two investigations carried out in exactly the same manner. Nevertheless, there are some common steps that should be taken when investigating all workplace complaints.