Employment Mediation Services in Florida
Mediation is an effective way to resolve a pending employment dispute.
Florida Employment Law Mediator. Karly Wannos is a certified Florida Supreme Court Circuit Mediator. With over a decade of successfully litigating employment cases, Karly applies her knowledge in helping parties navigate employment disputes before and during the litigation process. Karly is a creative and cost-effective thinker with experience in all stages of an employment case.
What makes Karly Wannos an excellent employment law mediator? Karly has practiced exclusively employment law in Palm Beach County for 16 years and has an understanding of not only the law but the needs and concerns of both the employer and employee. She has represented BOTH plaintiffs and defendants and worked with many employment lawyers from solo practitioners to 500+ employee law firms.
Effective Mediation. Karly does not shuffle numbers back and forth. Since she has substantial experience litigating employment cases, Karly is able to shed light on deficiencies in both parties cases and suggest how the evidence may be viewed by a jury. Karly is not in favor of either side, but her relatable yet firm nature serves to get the parties to a place where they can confidently resolve their case.
Cost Effective Strategies. The Wannos Law Firm's Florida employment mediation services are effective for resolving disputes because they are cost-effective and provide confidentiality and closure to a potential legal headache for both parties.
Get your case settled. Karly has experience at the EEOC, DOL and all state and federal courts in Florida for matters involving the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA), Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), Title VII, cases involving discrimination, harassment, retaliation, workers compensation retaliation, negligent hiring/supervision, etc.
Why Workplace Mediation Matters
Workplace conflicts and disputes can create a hostile work environment, leading to decreased productivity, increased employee turnover, and potential legal action. Our Florida mediation attorneys help parties openly communicate and reach mutual resolutions in a confidential and neutral setting. By encouraging a collaborative approach to resolving disputes, we help eliminate workplace disruptions.
The beneficial outcomes of working with a mediator in Florida include:
- Mutual agreement between the parties
- Clarification of issues
- Improved communication between the parties
- Better understanding of each other’s perspectives
- Preservation of ongoing relationships between the parties
- Reduction of time and costs associated with litigation
- Avoidance of negative publicity
- Increased satisfaction and empowerment of the parties
Choose Wannos Law for Effective and Efficient Employment Mediation
At Wannos Law, we understand that employment disputes can be stressful and time-consuming for both parties involved. That's why we offer certified and effective mediation services that resolve employment and business law cases in a neutral and confidential setting.
Our mediator, Karly Wannos, guides parties toward a mutually satisfactory resolution in wage and hour claims, discrimination and harassment claims, employment retaliation, whistleblower cases, and complex business deals.
With our employment mediation services in Florida, you can avoid the costs and emotional toll of a long and drawn-out lawsuit and find a solution you control.
Resolve Your Dispute
Karly handles employment mediation for the following
disputes in Florida:
- Unpaid wages
- Unpaid overtime
- Florida whistleblower
- Discrimination, harassment and retaliation
- Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
- Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)
- Disability discrimination and medical leave of absence
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