Seay Management Consultants

The Michigan Institute of Laundering & Drycleaning has partnered with Seay Management Consultants to provide assistance. Through this special partnership, MILD now provides members with access to a toll free Employment Hotline service. Seay Management Consultants will answer your questions about employment, personnel management, and Human Resources issues. Topics of expertise include compensation, wages and hours, hiring, dismissal, personnel policy, and more.

MILD members in good standing may call Seay Management and talk with Kylie Luff or one of the consultants whenever a Human Resources question arises. MILD provides this service to members at no cost, as another way to increase the value of membership.

Consulting Services Free to Members

Hundreds of employee questions arise in day-to- day business -- questions about COBRA, FMLA, EEOC, ADA and others. Sometimes, a simple solution can turn into a complicated catastrophe if it’s not handled properly and, as Seay often says, “What’s logical isn’t always what’s lawful.” This important Employment Hotline service can provide you with comfort and assurance in managing your employees by offering you quick, direct and accurate answers to your specific questions about employment issues. Here are some sample questions:

  • I am about to dismiss an employee. Do I have a proper reason, is it properly documented, and will it stand up if it is challenged by a government investigator?
  • One of my employees has accused another employee of sexual harassment. How do I resolve this situation?
  • I have heard that an employee has a communicable disease -- what should I do?
  • An employee wants to see his personnel file. Am I required to show it to him or her?
  • Some of my employees receive "incentive compensation" in addition to their hourly rate. Am I required to pay overtime on this incentive, in addition to regular pay?
  • If a salaried employee doesn't come to work, may I deduct from his or her salary?
  • If an employee handles money and has a cash shortage, may I deduct this amount from the employee'If an employee leaves the company owing the company money, may I deduct the amount owed from the employee's final paycheck?s pay?
  • One of my employees has been absent for a week. May I place the employee on Family and Medical Leave (FMLA) and count this past week toward the 12 weeks?
  • An employee was injured on the job and is one Worker's Compensation leave. Does FMLA play a role?
  • When an employee gives me a two week notice, do I have to accept it? If I don't accept it, do I have to pay the employee for the two weeks?
  • If an employee is dismissed or resigns, do I have to pay the employee immediately?
  • If an employee is dismissed, am I required to pay accrued vacation pay?

Call Seay Management with any of your Human Resource questions - 888-245- 6272 or email kylie@seay.us

Seay Management Consultants