Labor and Employment Legal Services

 

For most businesses their single biggest source of liability is in their employment practices. No matter how small a business is certain labor and employment laws apply. A single fine from the Department of Labor or Homeland Security can put a small business out of business very quickly and a law suit can be even more catastrophic. After years spent solving employee problems in the public sector Jennifer is now assisting businesses in preventing and resolving problems with employees. From the first steps of hiring an employee to making sure a business with employees is in compliance with the applicable laws to dealing with difficult employment situations through representing businesses before the Department of Labor, EEOC and in court this office can guide a business owner through the process.

Business Services:

Contracts Relating to Employment

  • Employment Contracts
  • Independent Contractor Agreements
  • Non-compete/Non Solicit Agreements
  • Confidentiality/Non-disclosure Agreements
  • Severance Agreements

HR Compliance, Policies, and Training

  • HR Compliance
  • HR Policies
  • Training For Employees
    • Harassment and Discrimination
    • Violence in the Workplace
  • Training For Supervisors
    • Harassment and Discrimination for Supervisors
    • Document! Document! Document!
    • Knowing When to Call HR or Legal Counsel
  • Training For HR
    • Leaves under the FMLA, FLA, ADAAA, and Workers Comp
    • The Reasonable Accommodation Process, Who Do You Have to Accommodate for What and How
    • How to Write a Job Description

Dealing with Difficult Employment Issues

Representation in Court or before Administrative Agencies

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