Workplace Investigations

We have experience investigating sensitive workplace issues such as sexual assault, criminal harassment and domestic violence issues that migrate into the workplace. Our experience also includes policy breaches, anonymous complaints, and workplace health and safety incidents

Workplace Harassment and Violence Experts

The Investigators Group are trusted experts in areas of workplace harassment and misconduct.  We have experience investigating sensitive workplace issues such as sexual assault, criminal harassment and domestic violence issues that migrate into the workplace. Our experience also includes policy breaches, anonymous complaints, and workplace health and safety incidents.

Our workplace investigators include experienced Toronto Police Services Detectives, lawyers and human resources specialists who are able to conduct thorough interviews, gather and preserve evidence and investigate workplace complaints and issues in a timely manner while minimizing business disruption. 

The Investigators Group team of workplace investigators, human resources professionals and legal consultants are experienced, independent, objective, sensitive and reputable.  We provide our clients with a clear and transparent process & framework of the investigation from engagement through to the final report and we work diligently and professionally to deliver a timely resolution so that they can get back to normal business operations. 

 

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How to Choose a Private Investigator Agency in Toronto

When choosing a private investigator, we encourage you to ask questions, ensure the agency has their credentials, are respectful and have the right experience.

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Hiring a Private Investigator in Canada - What You Need to Know!

Private investigators are legally allowed to provide a range of services in Canada. We can conduct corporate investigations, background checks and much more.

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Admissibility of Surveillance Evidence

A licensed private investigator is trained in investigative techniques and must understand the procedural steps required to be followed in order for video surveillance to be admissible.