Lawyers Specializing in Labor & Employment Law
Labor Law Compliance Expertise in Omaha, Nebraska
In a world of continuously changing and developing government regulations, employers need innovative and proactive legal solutions. From customized preventative legal advice to sound representation in employment disputes, Fraser Stryker PC LLO’s team of highly skilled labor and employment law attorneys understand what it takes to manage the risks present in today’s workplace.
The lawyers in Fraser Stryker’s Labor and Employment Law practice have spent years working with public and private sector employers of all sizes and recognize the complexity of employment challenges that individual business owners and managers encounter every day.
Leaders in Labor & Employment Law Representation
Fraser Stryker’s labor attorneys are active in numerous employment law organizations. Attorneys like Patrick J. Barrett, fellow in The College of Labor and Employment Lawyers, work hard to consistently be proactive in the face of new developments within labor and employment regulations. Our knowledgeable labor lawyers regularly advocate for our clients before state and federal courts, as well as administrative agencies, such as:
- National Labor Relations Board (NLRB)
- U.S. Department of Labor (DOL)
- Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
- U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)
- Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP)
- U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS)
- U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)
- Nationwide state and local agencies regulating the employment relationship
Ease Tomorrow’s Employment Concerns with Effective Legal Consultation & Training
Business owners, managers, and human resource professionals know that the success of any business depends on preparation and hard work. Prepare your workplace by seeking the respected legal consultation of our labor and employment law lawyers. Our attorneys advise clients on preventative employment law practices such as:
- Audits of personnel and wage practices
- Development of employee handbooks
- Daily operational policies and practices
- Sexual harassment policies and affirmative action plans
- Immigration law policies and practices
- Risk management and workers’ compensation
- Employment and separation agreements
Investing in the knowledge of your management and human resource personnel is often the first line of defense against potential labor and employment liability. That is why Fraser Stryker offers employers several unique training opportunities through our “Fundamentals for Lawful Management” program. Our training sessions are geared to educate employees to spot legal problems as they arise in the workplace and to avoid conduct that can create liability.
Visit the Fundamentals of Lawful Management page for a list of available trainings.
Negotiating Employment & Labor Disputes
Workplace labor disputes can take a toll on a company’s productivity, morale and bottom line. When employment issues arise, it is crucial to have a law firm on your side that has built a reputation on navigating complex negotiations and providing strong litigation representation. Fraser Stryker employment law attorneys are experienced in representing employers in labor negotiations and throughout the litigation process for:
- Risk management and workers’ compensation claims
- Contract claims and wage disputes
- Employment discrimination and retaliation claims
- Wrongful discharge actions
- Labor arbitrations
- Union organizing
- Collective bargaining agreements
Speak with a Fraser Stryker Labor & Employment Law Attorney
Fraser Stryker’s labor and employment law lawyers have years of experience working with employers in a variety of industries, including manufacturing, grain processing, health care, food processing, transportation, finance, hospitality, retail, and nonprofit.
Call us today at 402-341-6000 to discover the Fraser Stryker difference.
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Fraser Stryker PC LLO
409 S 17th St #500
Omaha, NE 68102