Employment Law for Business
Our employment law group includes attorneys with experience at large, nationwide firms at which they counseled multi-national companies across a variety of industries, on all types of employment issues.
We utilize this experience to offer day-to-day counseling on how to properly pay employees and avoid unnecessary wage-and-hour and overtime risk; how to train staff and properly discipline employees to avoid hostile work environment, discrimination, and harassment claims; how to properly discipline employees to avoid retaliation risk; how to draft employee manuals and agreements to properly govern the workplace; how to handle requests for accommodations made by disabled employees; and how to implement strategies to protect valuable workplace property, including trade secrets. Our Employment Law Group works hand-in-hand with its clients as they navigate the myriad laws that impact the workplace and ensure safety, compliance, and fair treatment for all employees. For summaries on recent changes to employment law, view our blog: CKVC Works.
On-Call Counseling for Day-to-Day Employment Issues
Defense of Discrimination, Harassment, Retaliation, and Wage-and-Hour Cases
Discipline and Terminations
Leaves of Absence and Disability Accommodation
Workplace Investigations and Audits
Employment Handbooks, Policies, and Agreements
Trade Secrets, Proprietary Information, and Restrictive Covenants
Workplace Safety and Health
Layoffs and Closings
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