At the height of the pandemic, over two million New Jerseyans filed for unemployment. Now that the worst has passed, New Jersey residents are ready to get back to normal life. But many employees are hesitant to rise and grind. Fortunately, we’re helping small businesses attract employees post-pandemic. Dressel/Malikschmitt works as outside general counsel to New Jersey small businesses who want to retool their employment contracts and employee handbooks and become magnets for quality employees.
Slowing Going Back To Business
Generous unemployment benefits, and a plethora of open positions at companies that shed employees during the economic downturn, mean workers are taking their time going back to work. New Jersey workers have the ability to search for something that is a good fit, or offers them more, and they are choosing to do so.
Businesses are rolling out the red carpet for new hires, raising wages, and offering unique incentives as they attempt to staff up following the pandemic. The competition is fierce, but Dressel/Malikschmitt is helping our clients get an edge.
Updated employment contracts and employee handbooks prove to employees that statements about improved wages, work life balance, and improved benefits aren’t empty promises. Getting everything in writing can also benefit employers who need to ensure compliance with a myriad of state and federal employment regulations or face future legal challenges.
Working with the experienced attorneys at Dressel/Malikschmitt to craft employment policies and get them down in writing can prevent legal headaches down the line, and take this tedious task off of your plate.
Outside General Counsel
You may have a top-notch HR team recruiting new employees and bringing them into your workforce, or you may be handling those duties yourself. No matter what your set-up is, your ability to attract and retain quality employees depends on the wages, benefits, and work environment you are providing.
Don’t let outdated policies limit your team’s ability to find and keep the best employees. Dressel/Malikschmitt can help you update your written policies and procedures to make them more attractive to today’s workforce, while still keeping you in compliance with employment regulations and protecting you from future legal claims.
We can work with your current team to draft and implement changes, or totally take on the task. You decide how we can best serve your needs, and we will take it from there.
We Know New Jersey Business Law
You can count on the experienced attorneys at Dressel/Malikschmitt to meet your small business’s needs coming out of the pandemic. Our work in the boardroom and the courtroom help us craft common-sense solutions for small businesses in the Garden State. We don’t just do transactional work or litigation, we know both sets of skills are needed, and our firm can provide them.
If you are struggling to attract employees, and you want to review or update your wage and benefits or other employment policies to attract and retain new hires, Dressel/Malikschmitt is here for you. Please contact us today to schedule a free initial consultation.