Eileen McMinn is an Employment Law attorney practicing in Asheville, North Carolina. She helps entrepreneurs, business owners, and nonprofit corporations in Asheville establish healthy and stable employment policies, allowing you to achieve smoother operation based on principles of law and the unique culture of your business.
Eileen McMinn is an Employment Law attorney practicing in Asheville, North Carolina, with extensive experience in the field of labor and employment relations. She helps entrepreneurs and businesses establish employment policies and procedures that are consistent with the culture of the business but also protect the business from legal claims.
Legally sound policies and procedures can help businesses avoid employment related disputes. Eileen can help you ensure that your employee policies comply with North Carolina employment laws, federal EEOC, FMLA, and other requirements, and address challenges specific to your industry and business culture.
Employee policy-making is a preventative measure that helps businesses avoid employment related disputes by establishing procedures that are legally sound. From evaluation to implementation, Eileen can help you ensure that your employee policies comply with North Carolina Employment laws, address challenges specific to your industry, and acknowledge and preserve your business’s history and culture to the greatest extent possible.
These policies address topics such as:
- Wages and benefits
- Electronic communications, social media and privacy
- Family Medical Leave
- Drug and alcohol testing
- Equal employment issues
- Violence and Harassment in the workplace
Because you invest so much in your employees and the atmosphere of your business’s workplace, Elieen develops relationships with business owners that facilitate day to day involvement and guidance in the administration of your employee policies. Eileen makes herself available to employers to answer questions and work through the legal side of difficult employee situations.
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