Labor Employment Law Services in Phoenix, Arizona

Labor & Employment Law Services

When labor and employment law issues arise, they’re rarely easy. Sometimes they can be downright messy. And since they involve people, they can be highly sensitive. If you are a corporate executive or HR manager with a full workload, or if you are an attorney with a busy practice, where do you turn when you need more resources to deal with HR issues?

If you are a labor and employment attorney, you may need to bolster your own staff by contracting with a specialist who speaks your language. Or, if you are a corporate executive, HR leader or nonprofit director with limited in-house legal and HR resources, you may not be sure where to start.

Brodin HR Law can help you deal with HR legal issues effectively and efficiently. Jeff Brodin offers a unique combination of more than 30 years of legal training and practical, hands-on business experience in the field of labor and employment law and HR compliance. View a comprehensive list of Jeff’s services.

Workplace & Title IX Investigations

Effective investigations of employee allegations are a critical component of an employer’s defense to many employment claims. Yet employers often do not have the necessary internal resources to conduct a prompt investigation, as required by law. Read More

Business & Nonprofit Counsel

Employers face a steady stream of employment issues and ever-changing compliance requirements and need legal counsel. Yet, many do not have the internal resources to provide guidance as these issues arise, and budget constraints often prevent them from going to a large law firm for help. Read More

Representing Executives & Employees

Many executives and employees realize they need to develop an exit strategy before leaving a job. Most have not been in this situation before. Despite a wealth of business experience and expertise, they may profit from professional counsel in navigating and negotiating a successful transition. Read More

Training & Coaching

The law requires training on certain topics, such as sexual harassment. The EEOC often requires training as a part of settlement agreements and consent decrees. Read More

You Need Knowledge to Make Tough Decisions

As an ally skilled in labor employment law, Brodin HR Law can help you sort through the issues, understand current legal guidelines and HR laws, and know what your options are.

Wise Use of Resources Can Help Manage Risk and Control Costs

Time is almost always of the essence in complying with the constantly changing web of HR laws, rules and regulations. And HR issues can arise suddenly, with little time and limited resources available to evaluate the facts, conduct thorough investigations, assess risks, or determine effective solutions, including training. Brodin HR Law can help you assess risk, put your resources where they count most and control costs.

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The materials provided in this web site are for informational purposes only and are not for the purpose of providing legal advice. Transmission of information from the Brodin HR Law web site is not intended to create, and its receipt by you does not create an attorney-client relationship with Brodin HR Law or Jeff Brodin.

If you elect to communicate with Brodin HR Law or Jeff Brodin through this web site or by email, do not transmit any information about any matter (and particularly not information you regard as confidential) that may involve you until the firm has agreed to represent you, and you have received confirmation of that fact in the form of a written engagement letter.

The information you transmit to Brodin HR Law and Jeff Brodin through this website will not be treated as confidential until the firm’s retention has been confirmed in a written engagement letter.

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Content Disclaimer

The materials provided in this web site are for informational purposes only and are not for the purpose of providing legal advice. Transmission of information from the Brodin HR Law web site is not intended to create, and its receipt by you does not create an attorney-client relationship with Brodin HR Law or Jeff Brodin.

If you elect to communicate with Brodin HR Law or Jeff Brodin through this web site or by email, do not transmit any information about any matter (and particularly not information you regard as confidential) that may involve you until the firm has agreed to represent you, and you have received confirmation of that fact in the form of a written engagement letter.

The information you transmit to Brodin HR Law and Jeff Brodin through this website will not be treated as confidential until the firm’s retention has been confirmed in a written engagement letter.

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Brodin HR Law Services

Workplace Investigations

  • Harassment
  • Whistleblower
  • Safety
  • Theft and fraud
  • Conflict of interest
  • Discrimination

Employment Law Counseling

  • Separations
  • Severance
  • Policies and procedures
  • Disability, Accommodation, Leaves and Return to Work
  • Medical Marijuana
  • Drug and alcohol testing
  • Union organizing and protected activity
  • Hiring process
  • Job performance
  • Non competes
  • Reductions in Force

HR Compliance Reviews

  • Wage and Hour/FLSA
  • Employee Handbook/Policies and Procedures
  • OFCCP requirements for federal contractors
  • I-9s and E-Verify

Representation Before Government Agencies

  • EEOC
  • NLRB
  • DOL
  • ACRD
  • DES

Training

  • Compliance
  • Sexual and Other Forms of Harassment
  • Disability and Accommodation
  • Employment Law for Managers
  • Ethics

Executive Employment & Severance Agreements

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