How to Work With Karly Wannos, Esq.

Jun 14, 2022

FLORIDA BUSINESSES: Want to Work with employment lawyer, Karly Wannos? Here is how..

  1. Legal Advice about Employee Issues. Want to know if you are complying with the law or worse, if you are doing things that violate the law?  Want to know how to best address a situation that may end up in litigation? Florida businesses can schedule a consultation for legal advice to discuss their specific issue. The communication is confidential and is protected by the attorney client privilege. Click HERE to schedule a Consultation.
  2. Workplace Investigations. Your managers are on the front lines making decisions regarding the day to day actions of your employees. But what happens when your employee complaints that the manager is taking inappropriate action because she is a female, or because of her accent or medical issue? Florida businesses should have an impartial and prompt investigation of employee complaints, especially when they involve allegations of discrimination, harassment and retaliation. Retain an employment lawyer to investigate and get to the bottom of your workplace issue so you can take action before it escalates further. 
  3. Mediator. Karly Wannos is a Florida Supreme Court Certified mediator for circuit civil cases. I can mediate your employment case so you can [hopefully] avoid expensive litigation costs and trial and provide the peace of mind and closure for the employment law dispute. Click HERE to schedule an employment law mediation.

Have questions on how we can work together so your workplace can run more efficiently? Send me an e-mail at [email protected] and we will chat.

For informational purposes only. Does not constitute legal advice or create an attorney client relationship. May be considered attorney advertisement. 

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