NFC’s Counseling team is led by Partners who have significant experience counseling in all aspects of employment law, including issues relating to employee discipline, employee discharge decisions, performance counseling/improvement plans, corporate restructuring, employment and severance agreements, restrictive covenant matters, workplace policies, leave benefits, and employee investigations, in addition to various labor issues. NFC’s counseling group routinely advise clients across the nation – as well as multi-jurisdictional corporations – on various federal, state, and local employment laws applicable to their business.
Providing an invaluable in-house perspective necessary to positively affect issues facing clients, this team functions as an extension of a given organization. Through creative and sound guidance, NFC Counselors partner with HR professionals, attorneys, and business leaders on important workplace issues and decisions, while also offering an array of uniquely designed and interactive, instructor-led employee and management training.
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