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.
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.
When a work environment becomes intimidating, hostile, or abusive, employers can be held liable. Harassment laws protect everyone from that kind of unwelcome conduct.
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.
Workplace Training Programs
Investing in training programs helps you to be prepared for common workplace problems, including claims of harassment or discrimination.
Let’s discuss how Ablin Law can help you to improve worker engagement, productivity, morale and compliance.
Recent Articles by Rachel Ablin, Esq.
Remote Workplace Bullying Continues to Rise – Here are Signs to Look For
Long gone are the days where the word “bullying” conjured up images of a schoolyard kid stealing someone’s lunch money. These days, we think of threats sent on Twitter, prank videos gone wrong, and prejudice-based comments. The History of Online Bullying If you’re a...
King v. U.S. Bank: 3 Key Investigatory Missteps and a $17 Million Payout
Although the case played out in courtrooms several years ago, King v. U.S. Bank is as relevant as ever in today’s increasingly litigious society. Corporate leadership and human resource departments would serve themselves —and their bottom lines — well by revisiting...
Evolving Language & the Workplace: 9 Common Terms With Surprising Backgrounds
Chances are, you’ve uttered a relatively common phrase at some point that made you pause and think: “Wait, is that offensive to say?” Most of us have been there, especially in recent years as certain words' appropriateness (or rather, inappropriateness) has become...