Consulting For Employers

Turn to the Law Offices of Eric A. Boyajian, APC, Employment Lawyer when your
company needs sound advice on best employment practices

Consulting to Help Employers Avoid Litigation

Employment laws are very complicated and technical. We can help navigate through the issues to make sure employers are not violating employees’ rights. Even an employer’s most well-intentioned practice or policy can result in severe and costly ramifications.

We can walk you through all the issues, such as:


Mr Eric Boyajian represented our company for a labor and wage dispute in front of the court to a great and successful result -Globle Bakeries Inc.

The Benefits of Employment Law Consulting Services

If you are an employer, there are many advantages you could enjoy by consulting with experts who understand employment law in the state of California.

The following are among the more noteworthy:

You might understandably be reluctant to take advantage of employment law consulting services if you believe that doing so is too costly for your organization at this time. However, you must consider how reviewing employment law topics with qualified professionals now can actually help you save money in the long run.

Violations of employment laws can be very costly for companies across virtually all industries. If you violate an employment law, your company may be the target of an insurance claim or lawsuit. This can be very financially burdensome.

It’s also a circumstance which can be avoided. If you coordinate with employment law consultants and apply the advice they offer, you will be less likely to commit violations that result in claims or court cases. This is one of many reasons consulting with employment law specialists will save your organization money over time.

A company is only as strong as its workforce. You may be a driven individual with a strong desire to provide your customers with exceptional products and services, but you cannot achieve your professional goals if you don’t have talented and engaged employees.

This highlights another reason to work with employment law consultants. If your organization cultivates a reputation for consistently violating employment laws, eventually, job seekers will become aware of said reputation. As a result, potentially strong employees will be hesitant to accept offers with your company.

This does not need to happen. On the contrary, if you enlist the help of employment law consultants, you can guard against violations. This will help your company develop the type of reputation that attracts talent instead of repelling it.

Anyone who has ever started a business or managed an organization knows that time is a resource that’s at least as important as money. The more time you can spend focusing on customer satisfaction and other such priorities, the better your odds of thriving.

It can be difficult to focus on critical priorities if you are frequently involved in disputes regarding potential violations of employment laws. Time spent responding to claims and lawsuits is time that can’t be spent serving your customers, fostering employee engagement, and otherwise growing your company.

Don’t squander any of your precious time because you unintentionally committed an employment law violation. Yes, the process of consulting with employment law specialists may require some time investment at first, but just as employment law consulting services will save your company money over the years, these services will also prevent you from wasting valuable time. Not having to devote any of your mental energy to employment law violation issues will also help you minimize stress. This is key to optimizing your own performance. You will be a more effective leader if you are not distracted by legal disputes on a regular basis.

Contact Our Law Office To Learn More

To discuss the different ways our consulting services can help you address your California employment law concerns, call the Law Offices of Eric A. Boyajian, APC, Employment Lawyer at 818-839-5969 to schedule a time to meet with an attorney. You can also contact us by filling out the form below.