Top New York Misconduct Investigation Lawyers
Both employers and employees can be guilty of misconduct in the workplace. If you suspect inappropriate behavior is occurring it may be necessary to conduct an investigation of misconduct in the workplace. If workplace misconduct is identified additional investigations may be needed depending on the type of misconduct occurring. For example, if there are claims of sexual harassment of an employee by a superior, a sexual misconduct investigation may be performed.
Types of Misconduct in the Workplace
It is extremely important that any claims of workplace misconduct be taken seriously. Misconduct in the workplace may include:
- Employee theft
- Sexual harassment
- Inappropriate relationships
- Breaking confidentiality
- Unethical behaviors
- Professional misconduct
In some situations, a comprehensive investigation into allegations of wrongdoing at work may be required. If an investigation is required, you may also want to have a representative from your human resources department involved, so it’s important to train them on the steps involved in conducting these investigations.
Investigating employee misconduct can be a complicated process, which is why it’s important to have experienced legal representation. Employment law attorneys are commonly hired by employers to perform investigations into workplace wrongdoing. These attorneys have experience with navigating the legal issues that are involved in this process, such as preserving the attorney-client privilege, avoiding retaliation claims, ensuring confidentiality is maintained and handling evidence. If you are an employee and believe there is misconduct in your workplace or if you are being accused of misconduct in the workplace, you should contact an employment attorney immediately.
Contact Us Today if You Witness Employee or Workplace Misconduct
It is important for employers to provide a work environment that is free from discrimination, harassment, and hostility for all employees, and for employers to trust that their employees aren’t breaking confidentialities or stealing from them. If you are experiencing any type of misconduct in your place of work as an employer or employee, investigating misconduct in the workplace may be the necessary next step.
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