Put To The Test: When You Are Faced With A Workplace Investigation
Now more than ever, employers must be aware of the challenges of workplace equity. If harassment claims arise, employers must be prepared to respond promptly to meet legal obligations and minimize negative impact on employee morale and productivity. Our presenters walk participants through a workplace investigation and will provide tips for navigating this sensitive process.
Meet the presenters from Varnum Law LLP
Maureen Rouse-Ayoub represents clients in all areas of labor and employment. Maureen defends employment-related claims including discrimination, sexual harassment, wrongful discharge, Whistleblowers’ and Fair Labor Standards Act violations in federal and state courts, administrative proceedings and arbitration hearings. She counsels clients on drafting, implementation and enforcement of workplace policies. She has significant experience working with companies in a variety of industries including manufacturing, automotive, logistics and health care.
Tiffany K. Snow is a member of Varnum’s Labor and Employment Team. In her representation of employers in discrimination and harassment claims, she conducts client internal investigations and frequently appears before Michigan Department of Civil Rights and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Tiffany also works on labor relations issues and counsels clients on unemployment insurance tax matters. She frequently provides workforce training to clients on internal investigations, discrimination/harassment and inclusion in the workplace and employee grievance processing.
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