At Ellis & Makus, we assist clients in making informed, strategic decisions when confronted with disputes. We efficiently and effectively manage these disputes so that clients can focus on their business.
Our dispute management services include:
Ellis & Makus has trained thousands of managers and human resources professionals in California. Our training covers all areas of employment law, including introduction to employment law for managers, wage-hour compliance, effective workplace investigations, managing reasonable accommodations and leaves of absence, employee relations, contingent workforces (including independent contractors and temporary/agency employees), reductions in force, sexual harassment, social media in the workplace, effective performance reviews and disciplinary processes.
Additionally, we have developed several specific programs, and will work with you to develop customized programs to address the unique environments and employment issues of your workplace.
Contact us to discuss your training needs.
At Ellis & Makus, we provide you with daily legal advice regarding compliance in all areas of employment law, including handbook and policy review, employee relations and conflict resolution, discipline and termination, internal leave policies, discrimination and harassment, employee complaints, disability accommodations and much more.
Our advice also encompasses matters covered by statutes such as the Family and Medical Leave Act, the California Family Rights Act and others. It also includes counsel on a wide range of other issues, including:
At Ellis & Makus, we manage risk by analyzing the compliance of your employment practices to identify potential pitfalls and threats to your business. With this analysis in hand, our proactive, scalable compliance programs offer practical solutions for achieving your goals while reducing risk and avoiding costly exposure.
We begin each compliance review by defining the scope of the project and determining clear deliverables and outcomes, across several major employment law areas.