Harassment, whether sexual or hostile, is a violation of the laws that prohibit discrimination. Your response to these complaints could make the difference between a prompt and effective resolution of the matter, or an expensive lawsuit. In cases involving allegations of sexual harassment or workplace safety violations, some state laws actually require employers to investigate. When you uncover employee wrongdoing, or an employee comes to you with a complaint, you have to be ready to investigate, and that’s where we can help.

Here are some workplace examples:

  • An employee tells you they saw someone take an expensive piece of equipment from the building.

  • An employee comes to you and reports that he/she was sexually harassed by an employee or a supervisor.

  • An anonymous tip indicates that threats and coercion are creating a hostile workplace environment

  • An employee reports that a co-worker is violating a company policy.
  • How you respond to sexual or hostile harassment complaints like these could make the difference between a prompt and effective resolution of the matter and an expensive lawsuit. In cases involving allegations of sexual harassment or workplace safety violations, California law actually requires employers to investigate. When you uncover employee wrongdoing, or an employee comes to you with a complaint, you have to be ready to investigate!
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