Employment issues affect family businesses, like any business. As an employer, any business owner is subject to a multitude of laws and regulations governing the employment relationship. The Law Offices of Alan E. Sohn Chartered, has significant experience advising closely-held businesses and family business clients on compliance with such laws and regulations in a practical, cost-effective way that makes sense given their specific business structure and particular employment issues.
The extent of employment advice and counsel from The Law Offices of Alan E. Sohn Chartered includes:
- Drafting manuals and policies
- Drafting various employment agreements, including employment, consulting and independent contractor agreements, separation agreements, restrictive covenants, non-compete and confidentiality agreements
- Advising and educating clients on harassment laws and anti-discrimination laws, including those of the EEOC and the Illinois Human Rights Commission, as well as the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Family and Medical Leave Act, Title VII of the Civil Rights of 1964 and the Age Discrimination in America Act
- Advising clients on wage and hour compliance regulations
- Advising clients on the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)rules and regulations
Alan Sohn works with you throughout the life of your business to assist you with any issues. He will guide you every step of the way to ensure compliance with the complex and ever-changing landscape of employment laws and he can advise you on proactive steps you can take to minimize the risk of litigation.
Mr. Sohn can monitor your business relationships with employees, including recruiting and hiring processes, and assess how your business responds to certain employee issues. He can counsel you on ways to create optimal employee relations and morale, as well as overall positive business practices, to reduce or eliminate various employment issues.
Contact the Alan Sohn at (312) 236-7005 to schedule a free consultation to discuss any and all business employment issues.