Knowledgeable Employment Law Guidance for Small Businesses in New York City
Small businesses simply do not have the resources that their larger counterparts have. As a result, they may find themselves embroiled in time-consuming and expensive legal controversies related to discrimination allegations. Getting small business employees and owners the proper training they need can go a long way toward avoiding legal problems and protecting the company’s bottom line.
At the law firm of Philip Taubman, we can help with a proactive approach to issues concerning discrimination and harassment. We can also provide assistance if your small business is facing discrimination allegations and the drafting of anti-discrimination policies and employee handbooks. We give seminars at the workplace to prevent discrimination before it happens.
Helping Small Businesses Understand and Comply With the Law
With a large number of both federal, state and city statutes devoted to anti-discrimination, it can be difficult for a small business to stay on top of legal standards. Our New York employment law attorneys can meet with you to go over the current laws and standards to help ensure that your business is complying with the law.
We can also help train employees and ensure that there are programs in place to address various allegations of discrimination and harassment. This can help avoid the problem of a disgruntled employee claiming harassment or discrimination. Even if there is no basis for such a claim, the ensuing legal costs could potentially break or bankrupt a small business. That is why we are committed to taking a proactive approach that protects both small businesses as well as their employees.
Let Us Help You Protect Your Good Name — And Your Bottom Line
If you are a small business owner and desire more information concerning anti-discrimination laws and compliance, speak with us. Contact us or call 212-227-8140 for a free initial consultation to discuss your situation. We help small businesses throughout New York, including Manhattan, the Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island and Long Island and Westchester.