In a hurry? Key Takeaways:
- State, federal and local/municipal employment laws change frequently
- Employers with 1 or more employees have obligations to comply with state, federal and local/municipal employment laws
Employers with 1 or more employees have obligations to comply with state, federal and local/municipal employment laws. Navigating the murky waters of ever-changing employment laws is one of the largest risk factors in any company. While you don’t need to become an “expert” in employment law, it is helpful to have someone in your corner able to help you identify where there may be exposure.
Common employment laws you may be required to navigate:
- Civil Rights laws (Title VII / EEO)
- Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)
- Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
- Family & Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
- National Labor Relations Act (NLRA)
- Age Discrimination & Employment Act (ADEA)
Failing to attend to the details of legal compliance is simply,
not worth the risk.
Our Clients Say:
Kathleen Lapekas is a seasoned HR specialist who stays up to date in the ever evolving world of human resource management, governing laws, and best practices – especially for non-profit businesses. Her presentations are both comprehensive and to the point, and she knows how to engage her audiences and make them feel comfortable discussing topics concerning the workplace and the employer/employee relations.
LHR can guide your company through challenging employee issues, while remaining compliant with employment laws and regulations. We can help you anticipate potential risks, and develop strategies to create the most positive outcomes.