Workplace training is one of the most effective tools available for ensuring compliance with employment laws and minimizing the risk of litigation. In certain cases, it can serve as an affirmative defense, thus significantly limiting potential liability. Training also improves morale, management confidence, and interactions between employees. Our attorneys know the realities of litigation. We fight for employers every day, and we thoroughly know and understand the actions that can expose employers to liability. Workplace training lets us share that knowledge with our clients before those actions are taken rather than after.
We value the opportunity to collaborate with our clients in the implementation of healthy HR practices and procedures. Developing relationships of trust and confidence with our clients is one of our strengths, and face-to-face interactions are a significant part of that. Creating and presenting training programs that are informative, interactive, and innovative is a way to both protect our clients and deepen our relationship with them, while improving their practices and profitability.
We offer comprehensive programs to employers at every level on a broad variety of topics, and we deliver these presentations onsite—whether it be in the corporate office or out in the field. Training sessions can include training for managers, executives, employees, or any combination thereof. We present the complex legal landscape of employment law in a way that is easy to understand and apply. As with all other aspects of our employment practice, our trainings not only counsel clients on issues that are pertinent today, but also help our clients proactively address anticipated employment law changes and developments.
- Leaves of absences, including compliance with FMLA, ADA, worker’s compensation, and all combinations thereof
- Social media in the workplace
- Worker classification and
- Wage and hour compliance
- Internal investigation procedures
- EEO compliance
- Labor relations and union issues
- Protection of trade secrets and confidential information
- Harassment prevention
- Employment law updates
- Employee relations including discipline and discharge
- Independent contractor v. employee status