Training Programs 

Our firm conducts training on a full range of issues and regulations impacting the employment relationship.  Recent training includes:

  • Wage and hour – employee exempt classification under the FSLA
  • Reducing Legal Risks in the Workplace: The Ten Most Common Mistakes Employers Make and How to Avoid Them
  • Conducting Workplace Investigations
  • Negotiating a Pro-Management Collective Bargaining Agreement
  • How to Discipline and Discharge Employees
  • An Employer’s Rights and Responsibilities Under the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA)
  • Utilizing Preventative Business Practices to Reduce the Risks of Litigation
  • Harassment Training for Supervisors, Managers and Owners
  • Drafting Effective Employment Policies
  • Auditing Your Employment Practices
  • Perils and Pitfalls in the Hiring and Firing Process
  • Is Your Social Media Policy Following the Law
  • The Litigious Employee: How to Protect Your Business, Your Supervisors and Your Reputation.
  • How to Legally Respond to a Union Organizing Drive
  • Why Employees Unionize
  • Demanding Employee Accountability: Helping Managers to Adopt and Enforce Effective Employee Policies and Practices
  • Negotiating Your Collective Bargaining Agreement: Seven for Critical Steps for Management
  • Respect and Professionalism in the Workplace: Helping Management Understand Anti-Discrimination Laws and the Employer’s Duty to Investigate, Prevent or Correct Discriminatory Workplace Conduct
  • The Role of Managers in the Workplace: The Risk of Individual Liability
  • Discipline and Discharge in the Private Sector: Keep It Simple, Short and Defensible
  • Effective Employee Policies that Limit Employer Liability
  • Accommodation for Disabled or Impaired Employees and Employee Rights Under Washington and Federal Leave Laws
  • The A to Z of Employment Regulations
  • State and Federal Disability Laws: Defining a Reasonable Accommodation or Undue Burden
  • Wage and Hour Compliance for Employers: Understanding Washington and Federal Laws
  • The Basics of Collective Bargaining
  • Defining your Management Style and Maximizing Employee Effectiveness
  • Employee Performance Evaluations: Do it Right or Don’t Do It
  • Employee Disciplinary Policies for Union and Non-Union Employees
  • Tips for Employer: Responding to Government Agency Investigations
  • Public Employers: Duties Under Civil Service Rules, Public Disclosure Laws, Whistleblower Complaints and Free-Speech Rights
  • Collective Bargaining in the Public Sector
  • Strategies for Winning a Case Before the Public Employees Relation Commission
  • You, Your Employees and the Law: Keeping the Employment Relationship Legal from Start to Finish



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