Central New Jersey Employee Investigation Attorneys
Employers may initiate investigations when an employee is suspected or accused of wrongdoing. They may also investigate employee complaints of discrimination, harassment or wrongful termination. Regardless of the reason you are the subject of a workplace investigation, it is best to have a lawyer protect your rights.
The attorneys at Hanan M. Isaacs, P.C., represent employees who are being investigated by their employers. We understand the serious nature of these investigations and know that your job may be at stake. You can count on our experience with employment law cases for public and private sector employees.
To arrange a consultation with a Somerset County employee investigation lawyer, please call 609-683-7400.
Assistance For Union Employees
While most workers like to believe their union is looking out for them when they are accused of misconduct, the sad truth is that not all unions are equipped to handle these cases effectively. If you believe that your union representative is not giving your case the attention it deserves, or if you feel your representative lacks the skills required to handle your case, it may be time to consult with a lawyer.
Our central New Jersey employee investigation attorneys have decades of combined experience with employee investigations. We will get to the heart of the matter quickly, protecting your rights and interests every step of the way.
You Have Rights In A Workplace Investigation
In addition to claims of workplace discrimination, employee investigations often involve disciplinary actions, demotions or wrongful termination. The employer hires an investigator to determine the facts of the case. As your attorneys, we will communicate with your employer’s legal counsel and investigator. We will protect you by ensuring that the investigation is conducted appropriately and that you are informed of your rights. We will also make sure that the facts are fairly presented.
If we can object legitimately to the investigation or if your rights are violated, we may be able to file a claim for wrongful termination or demotion against your employer.
Skilled Assistance In Retaliation Cases
It is all too common for workers to be targeted after they have blown the whistle on company misdeeds. If you were a whistleblower at your company and now you are under investigation for alleged misconduct, you may be the victim of workplace retaliation.
Employees have a number of protections from mistreatment after they have blown the whistle. You cannot, for example, be unjustly demoted or punished, nor can you be terminated without just cause. Contact our law firm to learn more about your whistleblower protection rights.
Contact A Lawyer For Workplace Demotion Disputes
If you are under investigation, take steps to protect your career and your future. To contact the employment law attorneys at Hanan M. Isaacs, P.C., please fill out our online contact form or call 609-683-7400.