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McMahon Berger provides cost-effective employment law and human resource compliance training tailored to meet each of our clients’ individual needs. For those ready to learn, our trainings cover a range of critical topics, including legal requirements for employers, individual company policies, and specific workplace issues. For some clients, traditional in-person training seminars work best, but for others, we are able to provide training remotely. Whether during a third shift or over a lunch hour, our experienced attorneys come prepared to educate – and maybe even entertain.
Organizations face a complex web of employment and labor laws and regulations. At the federal level, workplace policies must comply with the ADA, ADEA, GINA, FMLA, FLSA, Title VII, and other related laws. On top of that, many state and local governments impose their own policies. For example, in some jurisdictions, employers may be required to provide anti-harassment training on an annual basis. As a result, it is essential that your business, from your managers and supervisors down to entry-level employees, have the employment law and human resource compliance training they need to remain compliant with ever-changing rules and regulations at both the federal and state level. At McMahon Berger, our team of employment and labor law attorneys has the expertise necessary to provide comprehensive training that will keep your business protected and compliant.
While some employers delay learning about employment law, labor law and HR compliance we have repeatedly seen a high return on investment for this type of training. For instance, managers who learn how to track and document the hours worked by their employees will have accurate documentation of employee hours going forward. In the face of a subsequent wage and hour lawsuit, this documentation could be worth thousands of dollars – or more.
The act of training can even provide a defense to certain litigation. For instance, it is essential for employers to train their workforce on the proper reporting procedure for sexual harassment or discrimination. This type of training may later serve as a defense if an employee files a lawsuit without following those steps.
Experienced representation and counseling in all areas of employment law.
Advocacy before arbitrators, mediators, labor boards, agencies, and state and federal courts.
Vigorous pursuit of the best possible solution for each individual client.
Uncovering the facts needed to resolve employment and labor issues.
Legal assistance with labor and employment matters for nonprofit organizations.