Training and Internal Audits
At LMVT, we believe that training supervisors and managers and conducting internal problem assessment audits are key components to minimizing employment disputes. We recognize that employment issues inevitably will arise because so many are based on behavior which employers cannot control. Our objective with internal training and audits is to ensure that no employment issue ever leaves the workplace without the employer first having the opportunity to address and attempt to resolve it.
Our training programs range in lengths from one-half to three days and cover topics such as harassment and workplace violence; a supervisor’s rights and responsibilities concerning equal employment opportunity; how to discipline and document problem employees and employee problems; hiring and interviewing; performance appraisals; handling employee medical issues and leaves of absence; and remaining union free.
All of our programs are interactive, incorporating group problem solving, audio visual components and individual case study methods. We conduct the programs in a practical, user-friendly manner so that attendees are comfortable with the material that is discussed with them and leave the program prepared to apply what they have learned.
Our human resource audits are intended to assist employers with compliance with local, state, and federal employment laws and regulations, and to implement effective approaches to identifying potential problems before they ever leave the workplace. Our audits include mock affirmative action plan audits; audits of wage and hour and overall compensation practices; audits of benefit plans, including health insurance and retirement benefits; complete record keeping audits; employee attitude assessment surveys; and mock Occupational Safety and Health Act audits. The audit concludes with a written assessment and follow-up with the company.