The HR and employment law experts in CEDR’s Solution Center are ready and able to help you prevent any HR, team management, and/or employment law compliance issues before they present a problem, and/or help you troubleshoot any issues in those categories as they arise at your business.

In addition to assisting employers with addressing any HR questions they might have, CEDR Members also receive handbook updates whenever laws change in a way that might affect their business, as well as access to our deep library of white-labeled HR forms and documents.

Though not a complete list of the issues we can help you work through, here are some of the most common problems we help employers solve on a daily basis:


  • Frequent Tardiness / Absenteeism
  • Dress Code Violations
  • Employee Hygiene Problems
  • Whiners / Complainers
  • Drama Kings / Queens
  • Bullies
  • Complicators
  • Laziness & Bad Attitudes


  • Injuries on the Job
  • Employee Disputes
  • Disagreements & Infighting
  • In-office Gossip
  • Harassment
  • Complaints & Investigations
  • In-office Dating


  • Job Descriptions
  • Job Ads
  • Interviews
  • Working Interviews / Skills Tests
  • Employment Offers
  • New Hire Onboarding
  • Employee Classification
  • New Hire Paperwork
  • Training


  • How to Handle a Two-Week Notice
  • Preparing to Terminate
  • Documentation and Paperwork
  • Risk Assessment / Protecting Your Practice
  • Exit Interviews
  • Final Pay Process
  • Layoffs & Terminations
  • Job Abandonment
  • Voluntary Resignations
  • Unemployment Issues


  • Employee Coaching
  • Corrective Actions
  • Having Tough Conversations
  • Scheduling Conflicts
  • Continuing Education
  • Travel & Training
  • Overtime, Commissions, and Bonuses
  • HR Appropriate Holidays & Parties
  • Temporary Office Closure
  • Time-Off Requests


  • Policy Enforcement
  • Federal, State, & Local Employment Laws
  • Sick Leave
  • Time Off
  • Timekeeping and Mandatory Breaks
  • Wage and Hour Laws
  • Discrimination Laws
  • Medical Accommodations
  • Maternity Leave
  • Leaves of Absence

Please note that, as HR specialists, we are unable to assist with questions related directly to patient care. For questions about patient care, please refer to the state boards and associations for your industry.