In the modern workplace, even the most conscientious employers can become involved in disputes with current, former, or prospective employees.
In the modern workplace, even the most conscientious employers can become involved in disputes with current, former, or prospective employees. Employers must not only defend themselves against pending actions, but must also be proactive in complying with the many federal, state, and local laws governing their human resources practices and processes.
With extensive experience in employment law and broad knowledge of employment practices and issues, Miletich PC has successfully defended employers against a variety of claims, and has advised them on questions concerning management, human resources, and operations.
Companies from diverse industries look to us for assistance with questions involving all aspects of the employment relationship, from recruiting to separation. We have litigated discrimination and harassment claims based on race, gender, religion, age, national origin, sexual orientation, and disability; claims of retaliation under state and federal law; claims of negligent hiring and supervision; claims brought under the Colorado legal off-duty activities statute, disputes arising out of non-competition or non-solicitation agreements; disputes involving trade secrets; and an ever-broadening range of common-law claims arising out of alleged workplace conduct.
Our attorneys have also represented employers in mediations and investigations by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Colorado Civil Rights Division, United States and Colorado Departments of Labor and Occupational Safety and Health Administration, among other state and federal agencies.
We recognize the importance of addressing legal questions in the context of our clients' day-to-day operations, achieving solutions that suit our clients' business and human resources needs. We often advise employers on questions involving hiring, interviewing, pre-employment screening, employee handbooks and workplace policies, performance evaluations, effective performance improvement or discipline, workplace investigations, and options for ending the employment relationship. Our attorneys have drafted various types of employment agreements, handbooks, and policies. We also conduct training sessions for management and human resources professionals in many different industries.