Labor and Employment Compliance

Kimberlee Gee has worked in the field of labor and employment law for more than 15 years advising corporations, associations and government agencies on employment, personnel and HR compliance matters, leading workplace inquiries, trainings and the management of litigation, dispute resolution and employment law proceedings regarding a range of employment and labor law issues pertaining to: discharge and discipline, leave, breach of contract, grievance administration, unfair labor practices and workers compensation.

Why is Labor and Employment Compliance Important?

Compliance with employment laws and regulations is important to the success of most businesses and organization because it helps to mitigate and in best case scenarios alleviate risk and liability exposure and foster productive workforce cultures for employees.

Kimberlee Gee has the knowledge and foresight to guide your business in a full-scale employment practices review, and help your company develop policies and best practices to put you in a winning position.  Perhaps you already have employment contracts and employee manuals in place but you are confused about a specific employment law, or need to consult with an outside expert about a human resource management matter.  We provide counsel to clients on labor and employment legal issues and human resource challenges as they arise and assist with helping small business owners ensure compliance with specific federal, state and local laws and regulations.  We provide employment counseling and Human Resource Consulting on the following matters:


  • Alternative Dispute Resolution
  • Background Checks
  • Code of Conduct
  • Company Software and Equipment Policy
  • Complaint Policies and Protocols
  • Computers, Email and Internet Usage in the Workplace
  • Discrimination
  • Drug and Alcohol Testing
  • Employee Benefits
  • Employee Classification
  • Employee Hiring
  • Employee Privacy
  • Employee Records
  • Employee Termination
  • Health and Safety
  • Immigration, Right to Work and the I-9 Process
  • Labor Law and Collective Bargaining
  • Performance
  • Reasonable Accommodation
  • Sexual Harassment Prevention
  • Time, Attendance and Leave
  • Use of Company Property
  • Wage and Hour
  • Whistleblowing
  • Workplace Behavior
  • Workplace Investigations
  • Workplace Violence and Safety Programs
  • Discipline and Corrective Action
  • Trade Secrets and Conflicts of Interest