Lake Effect HR & Law, LLC, to provide comprehensive HR and Employment Law Services

Managing the full spectrum of HR and Employment Law needs for our clients.

MADISON, WI – Lake Effect HR & Law, LLC, has launched in Madison, Wisconsin, providing the full spectrum of HR and Employment Law services to its clients.

Lake Effect HR professionals provide traditional HR administration and strategic guidance, benefits administration and design, HR investigations and workplace trainings. Clients can take advantage of their long-standing payroll partner, a local organization owned and managed by CPAs. Lake Effect attorneys advise on specific employment law issues or provide ongoing advice and counsel on all facets of employee relations, employment agreements, handbooks and policies, wage and hour compliance, employment law-informed trainings, labor relations, and related litigation. In so doing, Lake Effect’s team assists and advises throughout the entire employee life cycle, from recruitment to end of employment.

Led by founder, Jane Clark, has gathered a team with vast experience from decades of experience working together in the fields of strategic human resources and employment law. Jane is joined in this new venture by the core of the team from the former Clark & Gotzler law firm: Kathleen G. McNeil, Attorney; Sheila M. Conroy, Attorney; Tricia Perkins, Senior Strategic HR Advisor; and Leann Ploessl, Strategic HR Advisor. Their extensive and unique melding of management, business and litigation experience helps clients navigate the maze of employment and human resources challenges.

“We are a woman-owned and operated firm. Our experienced team has worked at law firms, private businesses, our own businesses, and state agencies. We serve and have served on a wide array of non-profit boards,“ Clark said. “We bring that experience, along with our concierge-style customer service, to bear for our clients.”

“The Lake Effect attorneys and HR professionals coach clients to be good employers who are able to maximize their employees’ potential and create a culture of support, encouragement and growth,” McNeil added. “In the end, each of our clients strives to do the right thing and fulfill its mission, vision and values. When that is accomplished, organizational success and employee engagement are sure to follow,” concurred Perkins.

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