The attorneys at Hunter Brill routinely advise employers regarding labor, employment and employee benefits. We understand that your employees are your most important asset, and we are here to help you manage personnel issues and avoid the common pitfalls that lead to employment-related litigation.
We regularly work with and train Human Resources managers regarding issues such as:
- Employee handbook creation, revision, and implementation
- Hiring and employee onboarding issues
- Creation of progressive discipline programs aimed at employee retention
- Advice regarding employee termination decisions
- Advice regarding ADA, FMLA, and unemployment issues.
- Representation in litigation including discrimination claims, sexual harassment claims, retaliatory discharge claims, non-competition and non-solicitation agreements, and wage and hour concerns.
- Representation in issues concerning the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).
We offer practical and effective for labor and employment solutions to a range of employers, from small startups, family owned businesses, and large corporations. For smaller companies who may not be able to afford an in-house legal department, we provide cost-effective legal advice on an issue-specific basis, or on a retainer. For companies of any size, we can draft employment policies and employee handbooks to help effectively manage employees, provide clear expectations, and reduce exposure to potential litigation. Employers should be aware that a singular employment decision may have far reaching consequences. Let the attorneys at Hunter Brill help keep you on the right path and achieve your personnel goals.
We also understand that you work hard to create a successful business, and that you want to protect aspects of your business that provide a competitive advantage. We can help you protect your interests by drafting, reviewing, or enforcing non-compete agreements and confidentiality agreements. We can help you draft and enforce employment contracts that will help you protect and sustain your business.