Workplace issues are inevitable. Companies get sued because managers who should have known how to handle workplace issues, didn’t. They made mistakes. In most cases, preventable ones. How workplace issues are handled can make the difference between having a healthy bottom-line and work environment, or one filled with low morale, turnover, and dwindling productivity.
Employment Practices Specialists takes a proactive approach to solving your workplace issues, implementing creative and customized solutions that are effective in minimizing your workplace risk.
With experience in employment law and employment practices, Employment Practices Specialists understands the issues that arise in organizations are complex and unique, so cookie cutter solutions will not do.
Creative thinking and a hands-on-approach allow for a complete understanding of your organizational needs and goals. Training programs are designed to be engaging and interactive to maximize their impact, investigations are conducted in a professional and efficient manner to assist in resolving employment disputes, sensitivity training is focused on turning around risky behavior, and consulting services are approached as a dynamic exchange to create the right result for your organization.
Whether your needs center around training, investigations, or assistance with employee relations, Employment Practices Specialists offers solutions that work.
Allison West was ranked as one of the top 10 highest rated speakers at the 2012 SHRM Annual Conference in Atlanta for her program Seven Steps to Creating Bulletproof Documentation. If you missed it – don’t worry – Allison will present this program at the 2013 SHRM Annual Conference as a Mega Session on June 17.
Also, don’t miss Allison at the HR Star Conference on July 17 at the South San Francisco Conference Center. Allison was recently selected to speak at the ASIS International Annual Conference in Chicago and will present Investigating the C-Suite: The Top Ten Things You Need To Know When Investigating Senior Executives.