Helping Employers Minimize Issues With Their Workforce
As an experienced employment law firm, we work with individuals and business entities on both sides of serious problems that arise in the course of business. Some of these are serious issues like injuries and workplace sexual harassment. There is one common thread in every work-related conflict our law firm handles: in every case, it would have been more efficient, cheaper and less negatively impactful on the business to have handled matters preemptively.
The truth is, by careful planning of business operations and policies, many of the serious issues businesses deal with could be avoided. At Law Office of Neil S. Hyman, LLC, we provide sound counsel and partner with Maryland businesses to establish policies and draft employee handbook that help them avoid serious problems down the road. With more than 20 years of experience representing both employers and employees in various conflicts, attorney Neil Hyman understands the value of preemptive legal care and he knows how to help your business provide a safe, conflict-free work environment for your employees.
Getting It Right The First Time
Our attorney helps Maryland businesses with all aspects of policy creation and best practices, including:
- Operating documents
- Nondiscrimination policies
- Sexual harassment policies, including the procedure for complaints and resolving conflicts
- Employment policies
- Executive compensation packages
- Sales commission schedules
- Safety practices and procedures
We work with local businesses and corporations to draft and review corporate policies, operating documents and best practices that help keep workplaces safe and free from discrimination and help create systems to resolve conflicts efficiently and equitably when they arise.
Talk With An Attorney Today
Attorney Neil S. Heiman will listen to your goals and look over your existing documents to help create a more comprehensive set of policies to protect your business. Call 301-664-4848 or fill out our online contact form today.