Employers often face questions about claims of discrimination.  These questions exist from the employment interview process all through the employment period and to potential termination of an employee.  In 2008, the EEOC received over 95,000 charges alleging some form of discrimination.  Avoiding discrimination allegations requires both legal and practical experience.  Effective employment procedures and manuals and well-trained managers and supervisors are necessary tools to avert potential problems and deal with problems when they arise.

The lawyers at Taft draw on years of employment litigation experience to regularly counsel clients on how to deal with and discipline problem employees in a manner than minimizes the risk for costly litigation.