At the Buglione Law Firm, we have come to understand the businesses that our clients are involved in. Employee related issues can steal time and drain energy from progress towards achieving our clients' business goals. Our employment attorneys focus on providing clients with a consolidated approach to their complex human resource and employment law issues. By working together, our team brings adverse capabilities to help our clients maximize one of their most important assets – their employees – while minimizing risks.
From recent legal developments to current trends in employment and compensation practices, we provide clients with informed advice that can help them resolve thorny issues and keep them on track – legally. The counselling advice that we provide, and programs we help you implement, reflect the best practices in dealing with an ever changing and challenging landscape of statutes, regulations and court decisions.
At the same time, we understand that one size does not fit all. We learn about each client’s business and culture so that we can help with strategies, practices and policies that best fit our clients’ unique needs and style. Often the best results, based on this acquired knowledge – are visible; for example, in many cases a dispute is diverted because a successful strategy or best practice is devised and implemented early on.
Our law firm represents a broad cross-section of the business community, encompassing a wide spectrum of industries, including manufacturing, retail and consumer products, high tech, energy, life sciences, health care education, hospitality, construction and professional services. In addition, we represent a multitude of municipal and public entities in this area of practice.
We have found that our services have been beneficial and cost effective to our clients. Disputes can be expensive, and we place a premium on helping clients resolve their disputes quickly and cost effectively through practical and creative solution.
Some matters in which we regularly assist clients include but are not limited to:
Assessing and mitigating risks, including those related to wage/hour and discrimination laws
Drafting HR Policies and Procedures, relating to discrimination and harassment, leaves of absence, drug and alcohol testing, medical examinations, work-place conduct, progressive discipline and dispute resolution, etc.
Providing advice on all phases of the employment lifecycle, including recruiting, hiring, promotion, discipline, termination and benefit entitlements.
Drafting critical employment documents, such as Employment Agreements, Offer Letters, and Confidentiality, Non-compete and Separation Agreements – Employment, Waiver and Benefits related to due diligence for transactions – responding to the Department of Labor, EEOC, OSHA, and other Governmental Agency inquiries and investigations – defendant discrimination, wage hour and other allegations by employees.
Basic HR Training that focuses on the legal nuts and bolts of the employee and employer during the start-up.
Professionalism in the workplace, which trains all employees to avoid work-place conduct thwart with risks, including harassment and discrimination, and teaches management and personnel how to deal with complaints.
Breakfast briefings and other seminars on new developments and timely topics to keep our clients and their HR Management current with the law.