Many employee/employer disputes arise from miscommunication or misunderstandings. Unfortunately, these disagreements can quickly escalate, costing your business time, resources and productivity in the pursuit of resolution.
Through effective supervisor and employee training, an experienced attorney can help you prevent employee complaints in the first place. At Simpson, Garrity, Innes & Jacuzzi, P.C., our legal team is committed to protecting the interests of our corporate clients in Northern California. Whether your business employs 50 or 50,000 workers, we welcome the opportunity to work with you.
Experienced Supervisor Training
Our lawyers help businesses understand the myriad of labor requirements in California and federal employment law. We will evaluate your human resources policies and ensure the proper procedures are implemented. We also provide training regarding:
- Discrimination prevention
- Wage-and-hour regulations
- Hiring practices
- Record keeping
- Harassment prevention
- Diversity training
Our goal is to develop and enforce policies that are effective, fair and designed to protect employer rights.
While supervisor training is critical, there is also much value in providing employee training. Our attorneys offer training to workers upon an employer's request. We give informational talks on a number of Equal Opportunity Employer topics, focusing primarily on discrimination and harassment awareness and diversity training.
Serving Businesses in Northern California
To discuss supervisor or employee training in further detail, or to schedule an appointment with our legal team, contact Paul V. Simpson, Ronald F. Garrity or Marc L. Jacuzzi online or call our South San Francisco office locally at 650-615-4860. Our firm has received an AV Peer Review Rating* through Martindale-Hubbell.*
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