The lawyers at Sell & Melton LLP recognize that training our clients on best practices to avoid claims and litigation actually best serves those clients’ interests in the long run. Appropriate training and education are keys to demonstrating a client has taken affirmative steps to follow federal and state law and to pass that working knowledge all the way down to its front-line employees. We offer multiple opportunities to educate managers, supervisors, and employees on various issues that shape the business environment, including but not limited to the following:
- Avoiding harassment and discrimination in the workplace
- Overlap of FMLA, ADA, and workers’ compensation
- Maintaining a drug-free workplace and identifying substance abuse in employees
- Complying with HIPAA and other federal and state privacy laws
- General employment practices
We also offer orientation and training for boards of directors in a comfortable, nonthreatening environment that encourages new directors to ask questions about their role and responsibility to the entity they are about to serve as a fiduciary. Elected government officials, nonprofit board members, and corporate directors alike have all benefited from our training, and some seasoned veterans have even remarked that they wished they had received such training when they first joined their respective boards. Our attorneys also welcome opportunities to work with not-for-profit institutions to develop their planned giving programs for fund development.
Our attorneys will work with you to tailor your training to meet the needs of your audience, pulling in real-life examples from around the country so that your team will have the best information about what can go wrong and how to prevent it through good business practices based on sound legal advice.
Contact Our Macon Attorneys
Our lawyers will listen to your organization’s leaders and then efficiently and effectively address your training and client education needs. Contact our office at 478-746-8521 to discuss your specific matter with one of our Macon attorneys.