The area of employment law is becoming increasingly complex in terms of governmental regulations and employee rights. Litigation is growing at an ever-increasing rate.
Rajkowski Hansmeier Ltd. in St. Cloud has been very active in counseling clients with regard to defending businesses on employment claims and many other employment-related issues. These issues include pension plans, retirement, occupational safety & health regulations, affirmative action, discrimination in the workplace and sexual harassment. The firm keeps abreast with the changing law in this area and is able to assist clients in drafting documents, policies and procedures that will help to avoid liability.
Human Resource Audits
Rajkowski Hansmeier provides exceptional audits of human resource policies and practices. The audit includes a review of your human resource policies and practices and includes general recommendations to improve your human resource policies. The process involves a short meeting with you to gather information and a summary of recommendations presented by one of our experienced employment law attorneys. Rates are based on each business's individual needs. To schedule an audit, contact Rajkowski Hansmeier at 320-251-1055.
Disclaimer: The content of these audits are intended to convey general information about your human resource policies, and does not guarantee compliance with all federal and state employment law requirements.
Employment Law Seminars
The employment law attorneys at Rajkowski Hansmeier Ltd. are available to provide seminars for groups both small and large on the following topics and more:
- Family Medical Leave Act
- Fair Labor Standards Act
- Exempt/Non-Exempt Status
- Health Insurance Portability Act
- Minnesota Leave Laws
- Affirmative Action
- Americans with Disabilities Act
Each training session can be geared toward front line managers and supervisors, human resource generalists or specialists, or staff. A Rajkowski Hansmeier attorney will review the company policy that applies to the training topic and customize the training so that your human resource generalists, specialists, managers, or staff will learn how to handle situations consistent with your policy and the legal requirements.
Contact us to set up a seminar, or to inquire about a different topic.
Employment Law Resources
Federal FMLA forms
New Hire Reporting
Mandatory Employment Law Posters
The EEOC has revised its "Equal Employment Opportunity is the Law" poster. This new version reflects current federal employment discrminiation law, including the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act of 2008 and the American with Disabilities Act Amendments Act of 2008. The revised poster also includes updates from the Department of Labor. To access the new mandatory federal poster:http://www.dol.gov/ofccp/regs/compliance/posters/pdf/eeopost.pdf