Employment Lawyers

Employment law is a subset of labor law involving the rights of employees.  This would involve issues such as minimum wage laws, overtime pay, severance pay, unlawful termination, employee benefits, and workplace safety.

WHAT IS AN EMPLOYMENT Attorney?

Employment lawyers deal with the relationships between employers, employees and their labor organizations. Employment lawyers do not deal with workers compensation. An employment attorney is someone who should be contacted if you feel you have a legal case against your employer. Employment attorneys also deal with relationships between employers and unions. An employment lawyer can help equalize the bargaining power between employers and employees.

FACTS ABOUT EMPLOYMENT LAW

An employment lawyer deals with cases that involve a work related situation. Employment lawyers are there to sort through all of the legal bureaucracy that goes on in an employment law case. Even though it might seem a bit expensive to hire an employment attorney, it is probably wise to do so since they are specialists in the field of employment law.

When Conflict Arises

Even though there are laws in place to protect your rights as an employee, you may still find that you’re involved in a dispute with your employer. This conflict could have an adverse impact on your wages, benefits, long-term career potential, and quality of life.

If you’re currently involved in an employment law dispute, you’ll want to reach a resolution as soon as possible.  However, you may be too intimidated to speak with your employer or may have tried to discuss the conflict only to receive little to no support. In these instances, we encourage you to consult with the employment law attorneys at our firm.  Employment Lawyers can provide you with representation when facing:

  • Discrimination
  • Sexual harassment
  • Wrongful termination
  • Retaliation
  • Overtime and wage disputes
  • Benefits disputes
  • Workers compensation or Family Medical Leave Act issues

Protecting Your Rights

As an employee, you have the right to be treated fairly by your employer.  If you believe that your employer may have violated the law in its dealings with you, you should contact an Employment Lawyer to seek advice from an employment lawyer.  We’ll meet with you one-on-one to discuss your case and provide you with guidance so that you can take measures to resolve your employment dispute.

State Labor Laws

There are just over 300,000,000 million folks living in 50 states across America. If the unemployment rate is hovering around 9% and you factor in minors, you're still dealing with well over 200,000,000 people who are working in some kind of job. Other then the self-employed, most of these working folks have labor laws that...

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