Though employees who have been discharged sometimes should initiate litigation, there are many instances when employees, who cannot or do not want to file a lawsuit against their current or former employer, can benefit from an Employment Counseling session with an experiences Employment Attorney. By discussing your specific situation, obtaining overview of federal and state Employment Law; being advised of your rights, remedies and options; and receiving sound legal advice as to your best course of action, we can assist you in solving your particular employment problem and point you in the right direction – which may not mean going to court.
In our Employee Advocate Strategy Meeting ("E.A.SY.Meeting"), we advise employees in a variety of employment situations including the following:
- Severance Agreement Review or Separation Package Review;
- Non-Compete Agreements (a/k/a Restrictive Covenants);
- Employment Contract Negotiation
- Denial of Promotion or Transfer, Denial or Hiring Job Applicant, and Other Selection Issues;
- Demotion and Involuntary Transfer;
- Suspension, Administrative Leave, and Unpaid Leave;
- Performance Improvement Plan ("PIP") and Other Disciplinary Action;
- Constructive Discharge (a/k/a Forced Resignation or Forced Retirement);
- Sexual Harassment, Racial Harassment, and Other Hostile Work Environments; and
- Other Employment Counseling.