Employers can consistently succeed in addressing daily personnel matters and complaints only when they are prepared to integrate legally sound employment strategies into their everyday workplace operations. This is accomplished through regular review and update of human resource personnel policies and procedures, conducting of workplace lectures and instructional sessions regarding adopted policies and the rendering of timely, accurate, legal advice with regard to their implementation.

Many employers neglect to properly plan for legal issues, which can adversely affect their overall business. Our risk management expertise in limiting legal liability in the relationship between employer and employee enhances our client’s opportunities for successful personnel management. Combining our intuitive understanding of the interactive employment relationship, with our cost-effective and creative problem-solving techniques and state-of-the art legal technology, supplies that level of legal service valued by successful employers.

We regularly counsel our clients on such issues as:

  • Drafting comprehensive human resource policies and procedures manuals
  • Employee/staff training seminars
  • Restrictive covenants
  • Severance agreements
  • Confidentiality agreements

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