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Workplace Investigations Services

Hostile Termination

Terminating employees is always difficult, but people who seem fine under normal circumstances can immediately become hostile and threatening when they learn they are losing their jobs.

Our team of agents can assist with securing employees, company property, vehicles, electronics, sensitive documents, and more.

Suspicion of Wrongdoing

Workplace investigations are actually more commonplace than you may think, and we’ll make sure things go smoothly at all times.

Violations of company rules, allegations of criminal misconduct, fraud, theft of company or customer assets, or regulatory compliance issues are some of the most common reasons for an investigation.

EEOC & FEHA Complaints

These laws are designed to protect employees and applicants from receiving adverse and/or unfair employment treatment because of a protected characteristic or personal condition the worker has.

Whether required by policy or law, it’s important to respond to any allegations of discrimination.

Request A Free Consultation

Knowing exactly which type of services you need for a workplace investigation can be difficult. You may need parts of two, or even all three different kinds of service, and we’re more than happy to discuss your situation with you confidentially to help determine the best course of action.

If you prefer to call us directly to schedule a consultation, please dial: (888) 551-8360.

Preparing For Workplace Investigations

Hostile Termination

  • Plan for a calm and compassionate response
  • Know the exact movements needed for a safe escape
  • Establish an emergency communication and actions plan
  • Have additional security available if assistance is needed

Defusing or avoiding potentially violent people is possible, if you do the right things.

Suspicion of Wrongdoing
Investigations can be conducted through:

  • Surveillance
  • Undercover Operations
  • Forensic assessment and auditing

We work with HR, Risk Managers, Security Directors and Legal Counsel to develop strategies or investigate ongoing situations.

The EEOC enforces the laws of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act which prohibits discrimination based on race, color, creed, national origin or sex.

The FEHA enforces discrimination based on race, color, creed, national origin, ancestry, sex, age, disability, medical condition, genetics, sexual orientation, and gender identity.

Our experienced investigators will make a determination of any violations based on company policies, witness interviews and documentation obtained.