Our mission is to support businesses, protect employers, train leaders, prevent HR disruption, and make the workplace a better environment for everyone.
Gerlach Employment Law works closely with Wilder Business Success and Adaptive HR Solutions.
Adaptive HR Solutions
Chad Sorenson works with companies of all sizes in a variety of industries on leadership development, performance management, employer compliance and management training. He serves as the President-Elect of the HR Florida State Council, is a past president of SHRM Jacksonville, and regularly speaks to companies and industry associations on human resources, leadership development, and employee engagement topics.
Sean Mulholland is the President of Mulholland Investigation and Security Consulting Inc. His firm was established in 1996 and conducts a wide array of investigations and security assessments. Sean is a retired New York City Police Sergeant and maintains close liaison with former law enforcement colleagues and all of the local law enforcement agencies.
Wilder Business Success
Doug Wilder’s purpose is to help great people repair and then thrive with their important business relationships. He does this by listening to people, and then guiding them to happily make the right choices. Doug works with business owners and key employees with huge potential, some who have made unfortunate choices and behaviors.
Gerlach Employment Law
Gregg Gerlach is a board-certified labor relations and employment law attorney, who for over 25 years has represented employers in workplace and employee matters. A frequent writer and speaker, Gregg’s practice includes educating employers, lawyers and human resource professionals throughout Florida on cutting edge developments in U.S. and Florida labor and employment law.
LUNCH ‘N LEARN
The Employer Advocacy Group host their Lunch ‘n Learn session each quarter. EAG invites local employers to join them for a meal while each of our Advocates shares their expertise on a specially selected topic.
Topics covered have ranged from hot topics like #MeToo and COVID19 to common employer issues like Performance Management and Termination.
Post-COVID: Employer Risks & Challenges
The Post-COVID workplace raises many questions for employers: How do you protect your business from possible COVID related liabilities? How do you protect the workplace from spreading the virus? Employees– work remotely or onsite? How does management lead and keep everyone productive? What new security issues are on HR’s plate? AND MANY MORE!
How do you terminate an employee legally, safely, and smoothly? The Employer Advocacy Group will guide you through the termination process. This Lunch ‘n Learn will also explore the common pitfalls of employee terminations from legal, emotional, and safety perspectives.
What is Performance Management and why is its proper implementation important to your company? Our team of Employer Advocates will discuss their experiences with and solutions for ineffective or problematic performance management systems.
Hiring During Historically Low Unemployment
A growing number of our clients, throughout almost every industry group, have shared with us their frustration in not being able to find enough well-qualified employees. Our April program combines the expertise of 4 different and creative perspectives on how to find the workforce you need, even during a historically low unemployment environment.
Violence in the workplace can take many forms. No longer is it merely Assault and Battery. Join our Employer Advocacy team of experts as they share how to remediate a bad situation and load up on the tools to avoid it altogether in our Lunch ‘n Learn series.
#MeToo Crisis Avoidance in the Workplace
While the headlines have made sexual harassment a hashtag, and a national movement, the issue is not new. Our Team of Employer Advocates have been advising employers on how to avoid a crisis and remediate the consequences of such incidences for years. This was a popular Lunch ‘n Learn workshop that we are happy to repeat for your group, by appointment.