Helping Employers Proactively Address Labor and Employment Issues.

HRW’s flat-fee program, the Labor and Employment Services Program (LESP), is like having a team of in-house labor and employment attorneys at the ready. Clients enrolled in the LESP pay a flat monthly fee in return for unlimited consultation on labor and employment issues, regular managerial training and education, and annual document review.

Developed 30 years ago to help nonprofit institutions effectively budget for legal services, the LESP has grown into a service that helps many businesses and institutions across a spectrum of industries, not-for-profit and for-profit alike, approach their labor and employment legal needs in a cost-effective manner. LESP members are able to anticipate the cost of their labor and employment needs while eliminating the disincentives and reactive nature of traditional fee-based legal services. LESP members are well-positioned to proactively address workplace issues before they become problematic and costly.

The heart of the LESP program is unlimited “off the clock” consultation. LESP members enjoy 24/7 access to HRW’s experienced team of attorneys who will help navigate difficult workplace situations and provide real time advice regarding such issues as:

  • Hiring, disciplining and discharging employees
  • Investigating claims of harassment, discrimination, or retaliation
  • Wage and hour compliance, including proper classification of employees
  • Requests for leave and other absence issues, including FMLA requests
  • Layoffs and severance
  • Reasonable accommodation issues and the interactive dialogue with a disabled employee
  • Drafting and reviewing day-to-day employment documents, including disciplinary documentation, policies, and other employee communications

Click here to download/print our 1-pager about the LESP.






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