What would you do as an employer if you got a harassment complaint? Attorney Reed Bloodworth walks you through the process of what happens in Florida and what to expect.
What happens to a business when there is a discrimination complaint? Find out the step-by-step process and what is going to happen after the complaint.
A business trying to enforce a non-compete relies upon the quality of lawyer drafting the non-compete and the language. If the non-compete was pulled from the Internet or an old contract, it’s time to call an attorney.
Will your employee policy protect your business? Attorney Reed Bloodworth talks about knowing company policies that adhere to employment laws to prevent problems, and to welcome the best employees.
I’m attorney Reed Bloodworth, managing partner of Bloodworth Law in Orlando. We work with employers and employees across the state of Florida on employment law issues. Why Florida Employers Need Non-Competes I’m talking today about why Florida employers need non-competes. Non-competes are often introduced by employers to protect the financial and confidential interests of a […]
I’m attorney Reed Bloodworth, the managing partner of Bloodworth Law in Orlando, Florida. We handle employment litigation across the state for businesses and individuals. I’m going to talk about a few issues and scenarios surrounding the question: what can employers can expect after a discrimination complaint? Discrimination Complaint? If you’re reading this, you’re probably already […]
What Can Employers Do During Harassment Complaints? This is an overview of actions that are sometimes taken in cases where there is a Florida harassment complaint. What can employers do during harassment complaints? Separate Alleged Harasser From Alleged Victims Generally, when someone comes to Bloodworth Law for a legal consultation on a harassment complaint, we’ll […]