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Have an HR dispute? We can help.

| Sep 15, 2017 | Employment Law for Employers |

It is not uncommon for a business to operate different departments that hold different responsibilities that are critical to the overall functioning of the organization. While one department may be responsible for developing new products or implementing new services to offer to their customers, another may be tasked with managing workflow and ensuring compliance with governmental regulations and oversight. There is one type of department, though, that most New York businesses utilize: human resources.

Human resource departments are often responsible for the hiring, firing, disciplining, and policy instructing of an organization. They manage people and make sure those employees are doing what they are supposed to do and when they are supposed to do it. While human resource employees are not necessarily the supervisors of other workers, they are often involved when bosses have to take adverse actions against the people who work under them.

Most human resource issues can be managed in-house or with only the support of the individuals employed by the affected organization. However, from time to time, an employment issue may become so complex or so difficult to manage that even the best human resource professionals may need support getting through them.

In cases such as these, businesses can contact Mitchell, Pollack & Associates for their employment and human resource law questions. The dedicated attorneys and staff of the firm are available to offer knowledgeable guidance on New York and federal law that can help entities resolve their employee disputes in professional, responsible ways. Please visit the law firm of Mitchell, Pollack & Associates today to begin addressing your company’s difficult human resource problems.