Aside from standard discrimination claims, there are other circumstances in which it is appropriate to engage an outside investigator. These circumstances may include complaints of unfair treatment, whistleblower, USERRA discrimination and other personnel issues. Investigating, addressing and resolving workplace problems is often the best way to avoid liability and promote a productive workplace environment.
California and federal law require employers to promptly investigate complaints of harassment, discrimination and retaliation. According to the Department of Fair Employment and Housing and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the investigations should be impartial and objective. In many instances, the best and most efficient way to conduct a workplace investigation is to hire a qualified third party to conduct the investigation. Ross Employment Law conducts workplace investigations in San Diego and the surrounding area.
Carole Ross and her team are skilled at investigating complaints not only because of their employment law background but also because of her ability to effectively talk and communicate with all different types of people in different types of companies. The attorneys of Ross Employment Law have worked with companies and employees in industries such as technology, law, construction, media, health care, education, fashion, finance and more.