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Helping employers address employment law issues

| Jun 7, 2018 | Employment Law for Employers |

Whether you own or operate a small or large business, the one thing that any employer has to address is what type of employees they will hire. Whether that means developing an employee manual or navigating issues that occur in the workplace, it is vital for employers to understand how best to handle these matters to ensure their rights are protected, as well as the rights of their employees.

The success of a business is based on how it runs. Employees are vital to a smooth operation, and it can take a lot to get employees, departments and divisions to work collaboratively and efficiently. Employers need to make sure the needs of everyone are addressed, and, if issues arise, have a mechanism to resolve them.

At Mitchell Pollack & Associates, PLLC, our attorneys have years of experience providing insight and legal assistance to large and small employers in the Terrytown area. It is our goal to help employers protect their business and address any problems or disputes that arise in the work environment. Whether it is drafting an employee policy manual, providing guidance on background checks and drug testing or helping with the investigation of an employee complaint, our law firm is here to help.

To learn more, check out our law firm’s employment law for employers website. There are a lot of working parts in a business or company, and it is the employees that help make them run efficiently. It is important for employers to take the time to address any employment laws they might encounter, ensuring they do not disrupt the flow of business or tarnish their reputation.