Most importantly, Lynch Law Firm can be responsive when someone exits your organization. When an employee leaves your organization, whether voluntarily or involuntarily, there are a myriad of employment laws, best practices, and procedures to follow. An experienced HR professional who is conversant with the current regulatory environment is essential. However, not all companies have a seasoned HR professional and the business owner ends up holding the bag when a dissatisfied former employee complains to a government agency. At the Lynch Law Firm, we understand the unprecedented challenges businesses face with ever‐changing local, state, and federal regulations. We help organizations avoid unemployment backcharges, discrimination allegations and litigation by preparing and implementing the best evidence-based policies and procedures for handling employee separations for whatever reason.
Reach out to Susan Word today to begin a conversation about your business needs. How your company adheres to laws, rules, and regulations governing employee separations can make all the difference to your business success. At LLF, we have highly credentialed HR staff and legal experts with decades of experience to help you plan and implement your employee separation policies and procedures.