If you do not have a human resources department or your HR staff does not have the resources or expertise in specialized areas, it may be time to consider outsourcing.
The EmpLAWYERologist Firm can take on your special projects and can provide advice as to how to respond to thorny or high-risk situations.- Janette Levey Frisch
Law Office of Janette Levey Frisch The”EmpLAWyerologist” Firm – The Employer’s Legal Wellness Professional…
The Law Office of Janette Levey Frisch (The “EmpLAWyerologist” Firm) focuses solely on employers. Its priority is minimizing employers’ exposure to and liability from litigation and audits, and helping employers improve employer-employee relations (which in turn also minimizes employers’ exposure and liability).
Most of us would agree that getting regular checkups and creating a wellness plan tailored to your particular health concerns is a far better — and less costly approach to managing to our health. Certainly it’s better than waiting until you need to visit the Emergency Room.
Calling a litigator after you have already been sued, calling an attorney after you have received the notice of an audit with the threat of exorbitant fines is a lot like going to the Emergency Room to manage your health. Here’s the problem. By the time you do either of those things you are already in trouble.
But it doesn’t have to be that way.
Are you vulnerable to lawsuits? Are you at risk of hefty fines and penalties arising out of an I-9, Department of Labor or similar type of audit? You can find out by scheduling an Employment Practices Wellness checkup with The EmpLAWyerologist Firm.
Why Us And Not An HR Consulting Firm
At The EmpLAWyerologist Firm, you will work with a licensed, seasoned employment attorney, who makes a point of staying on top of all the employment law developments in order to craft an Employment Practices Wellness Plan that specifically addresses your company’s needs, thereby minimizing exposure to litigation, fines, and penalties.
Very often, your Employment Practices Wellness Plan will also head off employee-employer relations problems that arise so often in the workplace. Many HR consulting firms do not focus on employment law, and therefore you will still be vulnerable to litigation, fines, and penalties.