Conduct workplace investigations that comply with labour law
As a human resources professional or CEO, you are required to conduct workplace investigations of employees and ensure that they fully comply with Labour Code standards.
Whether you are dealing with a case of abuse of computer resources, cyberbullying, cyberstalking or online harassment contravening the Education Act, or simply looking for information about a prospective employee, you can work with Forensik to get quick, reliable answers.
Confidentiality and image
Our computer forensics specialists have extensive experience and have conducted numerous workplace investigations involving labour law. When you do business with Forensik, you can be sure that our work will be done with complete discretion and without the knowledge of the individuals being investigated. You will have no worries about possible repercussions for your company’s reputation: we will resolve the problem as quickly and secretly as possible.
Our resources are trained in labour law and regularly review their procedures. But above all, we treat the evidence with the greatest care, guaranteeing that its integrity will be preserved and that it will be admissible in court if required.
Examples of cases that require our services
- Checking the online reputation of a candidate or employee
- A human resources dispute
- An imminent or ongoing labour dispute
- Identity theft or online defamation
- Abuse of computer resources
- Hacking into your systems
- Malicious activities using borrowed computer tools
- Disciplinary investigation
- Problems relating to the use of social media
- Suspicion or confirmed case of fraud
What we can do for you
- Conduct a computer forensics investigation, combined with traditional investigation services
- Collect digital evidence
- Analyze digital evidence
- Produce a report determining whether or not one or more individuals are guilty
- Develop a plan to stop the activities
- Implement the plan
The integrity of the digital evidence
Regardless of the type of case – civil, penal or criminal – the integrity of the electronic proof submitted to the court is a key requirement to ensure that it retains its legal value.
A document’s integrity is primarily based on the ability to verify that the information in it has not been altered, and that it has been maintained in its entirety. This is equally crucial for paper and digital documents. But preserving the integrity of digital documents poses special challenges: they are volatile, malleable, flexible, and easy to modify.
To ensure that a piece of digital evidence is admissible in court, Forensik’s IT forensics specialists collect, analyze and process each electronic document using precise scientific methods and processes that are recognized by the courts. As a result, our work, based on secure, reliable technology, allows us to demonstrate the uniqueness of a piece of digital proof at all times, copy it without altering it, and preserve it so as to protect the data in it.
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