Florida Workplace Investigations
Employers are required to promptly investigate workplace complaints involving discrimination, harassment and retaliation. Employers are also required to take steps to prevent and correct any improper behavior. Workplace investigations require a complete understanding of employment laws and the ability to meaningfully engage with the employees involved. While some workplace investigations can be handled internally, certain complex or sensitive situations are best conducted by an employment law attorney- investigator, who is well versed in the law, and has litigated cases involving discrimination, harassment and workplace investigations.
The Wannos Law Firm provides prompt, independent and efficient workplace investigations in response to employee complaints of harassment, discrimination, retaliation and/or a serious policy violation. Karly Wannos is an Association of Workplace Investigators Certificate Holder.
If you have questions regarding the workplace investigation process, contact us at [email protected].SCHEDULE A COMPLIMENTARY CONSULTATION
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- Seriousness of the allegations
- Potential loss to the employer- reputation, revocation of licenses, fines, etc.
- Necessity for the investigator to assess credibility
- Knowledge of the law and ability to testify if necessary
- Ability to deal with unexpected hurdles, such as uncooperative witnesses, retaliation against a party, privacy issues, etc.
- Protection of Attorney-Client relationship by hiring a lawyer to investigate
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Karly Wannos, Esq., offers management and HR training on the most important federal laws, such as the ADA, harassment prevention, so you can make sure you and your team comply with federal and Florida employment laws. Trainings and workshops are interactive and include real world examples from actual cases from your industry.Get More Info on Workplace Training
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