Employment law issues such as personnel management, background checks, and sexual harassment policies are complicated situations that all business owners face. The laws that govern these issues can be tough to navigate on your own, and one mistake can lead to costly litigation, fees, and fines that could put your company under.
At Trinity Law, our employment law attorneys have over 30 years of experience helping employers successfully face the challenging situations that can come up in the workplace. We understand what is at stake for our clients — being able to manage your employees and the resources involved with them effectively is very important to the continued success of your business.Get a Consultation
Common Employment Law Issues
The employment lawyers at Trinity Law know that, when it comes to personnel management, the best defense is a good offense. Limiting employee claims against your business starts before any employee is ever interviewed. It is important that you do more than meet the Federal and State labor requirements. Good human resources management requires that a specific hiring plan and related procedure must be in place. This is the foundation upon which the entire employment relationship is based.
The successful employer must have an exceptional policy manual in place. The employer must take the proper steps to communicate what is and what is not acceptable behavior in the workplace. A good manual does that – and more. We will partner with your management and human resources department to ensure that your business meets the requirements of the numerous State and Federal labor laws governing employment. On addition, we will provide sound advice and strategies to help insulate your business from successful future claims of illegality.
At Trinity Law, our employment lawyers provide sound advice from the beginning of the employment relationship to the end. For example, we answer questions about topics often related to early employment, such as:
If your business is facing an unemployment compensation claim in Pennsylvania, we will meet with you and review the facts surrounding the employee’s separation from employment. We will advise you of the steps your business should take to minimize the same or similar claims in the future.
At Trinity Law our team are experts on labor laws.
For effective guidance and advocacy on employment law issues, turn to the experienced employment lawyers of Trinity Law. With offices in York, Lancaster and Mechanicsburg, our Pennsylvania employment law attorneys can help you build a solid plan for the future. To schedule your initial consultation, call 717-560-5068 or use our online form.