Employee complaints are the first sign of impending litigation. A comprehensive workplace investigation helps employers identify and address the scope of the problem before suit is filed.


Colorado Workplace Investigations

Tava Employment Law conducts impartial investigations to help employers determine the facts behind potential violations of employer policies, standards, ethics, or the law.

Complaints and concerns may arise from any number of sources: employees, managers, customers, vendors, executives, and others. Such complaints may include those alleging:

  • Hostile work environment
  • Discrimination
  • Harassment
  • Retaliation
  • Accommodation issues
  • Violent or potentially violent conduct
  • Bullying
  • Breaches of fiduciary duty
  • Conflicts of interest
  • Policy violations

An impartial, third-party investigation is a responsible, reasonable response to complaints and demonstrate good faith on behalf of an employer. Investigations demonstrate to stakeholders that a complaint is being taken seriously, is being addressed in a timely manner, and that an employer is willing to take steps to address misconduct.

The investigation process includes on-site visits, employee and witness interviews, evidence gathering and retention, and a full report of investigation findings. Every investigation by the firm is conducted by an attorney.

Every case is different. Please reach out to us to us if you are facing complaints and concerns in the workplace so we can discuss your next steps.

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Practice Areas

Tava Employment Law focuses on work-related legal issues, such as employment contracts, discrimination and retaliation, accommodation and leave disputes, whistleblower protection and rewards (qui tam), wrongful termination, hiring and severance negotiations, executive compensation agreements, and wage and hour matters. We also have extensive litigation experience and conduct workplace investigations.

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