Training Seminar for Texas Schools, Day Cares, and Montessori Schools for reopening during the Covid-19 Pandemic
As the new school year, approaches in Texas and in different states around the country, many educators and educational based business owners are struggling with how to reopen their schools. Neel, Hooper, and Banes P.C. held an informative training seminar for Texas schools, daycares, and Montessori schools that informs educators and business owners on Federal and State policy decisions, providing a safe school environment, employee and student safety, work case processes, to include Employee work-related regulations for reopening educational based businesses.
About Neel, Hooper & Banes, P.C.
The attorneys at Neel, Hooper & Banes, P.C. are the management-side labor & employment lawyers in Houston Texas you need to represent your company. Neel, Hooper & Banes, P.C. provides both legal representation and legal guidance to all Texas employers and nationwide to government contractors that are dealing with federal, state, local employment laws, and compliance issues.
Neel, Hooper & Banes, P.C.
Management Side Labor & Employment Attorneys, Government Contract Attorneys
1800 West Loop South, Ste.1750
Phone: (713) 629-1800
Fax: (713) 629-1812
Monday 8 AM–5 PM
Tuesday 8 AM–5 PM
Wednesday 8 AM–5 PM
Thursday 8 AM–5 PM
Friday 8 AM–5 PM
Proudly Serving Businesses in
- the Houston Texas area. Labor and Employment Attorenys for Management Side Labor And Employment matters.
- the State Of Texas. Management Side Labor And Employment Lawywers for Management Side Labor And Employment matters.
- the United States and beyond. Government Contract Attorneys for Government Contracting related issues.
Legal Services We Provide
- Management Side Labor And Employment Law
- Government Contracting Attorneys
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