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.

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Discrimination

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.

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Harassment

When a work environment becomes intimidating, hostile, or abusive, employers can be held liable. Harassment laws protect everyone from that kind of unwelcome conduct.

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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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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.

Building Trust and Credibility During Workplace Investigations

Any type of workplace investigation can be fraught with problems and those who report workplace harassment or other types of inappropriate behavior, are often loathe to provide information because they fear retaliation. There have been some frightening statistics in...

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Keeping Independent Investigations Free From Bias

As investigators, what we say and how we say it matters. Whether we think so or not, we all have biases that can impact our decision-making. Stopping those biases from interfering when you are conducting any investigation is critical to remaining neutral and keeping...

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