Protect your employees and your business.
Your business’s employees are its most valuable asset, as well as its most glaring potential liability. In order to know that your business is protected, you will need a knowledgeable, trustworthy labor and employment attorney to help navigate the complexities of employment law.
Yes, it could happen to you.
Employees are the lifeblood of a successful business. As a business owner, you probably made it a point to hire loyal, trustworthy workers to help you run your company. But, this confidence in assuming your workforce will not turn on you in a time of crisis can leave you vulnerable to a legal dispute.
Many of our clients who have been on the wrong end of a legal battle with an employee tell us they never suspected it would happen to them.
Prepare for the unexpected.
Your employees have legal rights that, if violated, could lead to a lawsuit. This is why having a legally solid employee agreement, non-disclosure, and possibly a non-compete is extremely important. Keeping your company organized is a full-time job in itself, and we know that your time is limited and valuable
When you work with our employment attorneys, you will gain a valuable partner for your business that will save you time and provide options to ensure your business is protected.
We'll help you protect your business.
Thinking about making a key hire or letting someone go? It is important to ensure you have done everything by the books when it comes to adding or removing personnel. If the need arises, we are just a phone call away to assist you in weighing your options and creating a plan of action.
We know that there are so many documents and contracts to consider in business. Our labor and employment attorneys can help create and implement contracts including agreements, non-compete clauses, employee handbooks, and more. These documents will help you protect your business, your employees, and yourself.
Commonly Asked Questions
What documents do my employees need to start working?
This can vary depending on the industry, but in most cases, the only documents legally required are tax-related. That being said, employee agreements and handbooks can keep you legally protected and are generally recommended.