Human Resources Consulting

An organization’s human resources, and how they are managed, can make an enormous difference in the success of the organization. The practical aspects of communicating with, coaching, evaluating, compensating, and training employees are the core of the Human Resources Consulting practice at Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie. While numerous state and federal laws have an impact on human resources management, we focus on the most effective and efficient way of complying with those laws while still focusing on practical solutions to everyday issues.

Our Human Resources Consulting practice works with organizations such as:

  • Health Care Organizations
  • Government Agencies
  • For-profit Companies
  • Religious Organizations
  • Non-profit Organizations

Our practice includes a non-attorney human resource professional who stresses proactive and preventative management consulting to help clients avoid employment disputes and litigation. In conjunction with our attorneys, we assist with the development and review of employee handbooks, and otherwise work with your HR teams on a day-to-day basis to handle workplace challenges as they arise. We have experience with:

  • Policy Development
  • Handbook Design
  • Development of Compensation plans
  • Policy & Performance Management Assistance & Training
  • Assistance with discipline and termination issues
  • Routine assistance with day-to-day questions
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Litigation

Mary Ellen Simonson
Mary Ellen Simonson
Partner
Phoenix
msimonson@​lrrc.com
602.262.5317 / vCard
Aaron D. Arnson
Aaron D. Arnson
Associate
Phoenix
aarnson@​lrrc.com
602.262.0845 / vCard
Laura Pasqualone
Laura Pasqualone
Associate
Phoenix
lpasqualone@​lrrc.com
602.262.5362 / vCard
Joan M. Rennekamp
Joan M. Rennekamp
Human Resources Professional
Colorado Springs
jrennekamp@​lrrc.com
719.386.3009 / vCard

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Primary Services

Labor & Employment

Key Contacts

Joan M. Rennekamp
Joan M. Rennekamp
Human Resources Professional
719.386.3009