Employment Law Support
Employment Law Support...employment law advice is just a click away!
Employers continually face changing employment laws and ongoing employee issues. Questions about federal and state regulations, hiring, termination, benefits, workers' compensation, wage/hour, Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) are among some of your top Human Resources (HR) issues.
CPI-HR's Employment Law Support service provides attorneys from a national law firm that advise and counsel thousands of private companies, non-profit and government employers. These employers range in size from small "Main Street" businesses with under 10 employees to large organizations with in-house legal resources, HR departments and thousands of employees.
Contact CPI-HR to learn more about this service.
How does Employment Law Support work? Employers are provided:
Toll-free and on-line access to attorneys from a national law firm
Documented responses to their specific employment law/HR questions no later than the next business day with the attorney/client privilege attached
Access to an on-line destination which includes state and federal news, monthly HR Express Updates, Unlawful Harassment Training, HR Alerts, sample policies, procedures, posters, job descriptions and more!
Employers can ask questions as often as they have them! What kind of questions can an employer ask?
Employment Law Support attorneys respond to over 50 different HR issues. Questions include:
I need to fire an employee, what do I do?
Do we need to comply with FMLA?
Is my employee considered exempt or non-exempt? And, do I have to pay overtime?
How do you confront a troubled employee?
Employment Law Support serves employers of all sizes. Request a Free Consultation with a CPI-HR to learn more about this service. To login to your Employment Law Support account, visit our Login Center.
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