HR investigations of complaints of unlawful conduct, discrimination, and harassment

Our employment law attorneys are experts in workplace HR investigations, and can help your business by:

  • Investigating complaints of unlawful conduct, including workplace discrimination and harassment.
  • Preparing written reports documenting workplace investigations.
  • Counseling clients who choose to investigate allegations internally.
Investigating Discrimination, Harassment, or Other Misconduct
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