What Does an Employment Lawyer Do?

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An Employment lawyer has the legal know-how to guide employers on the complex details of state and federal labor laws, such as the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA), employee classifications, severance agreements, and sexual harassment law. They can also help employees with their employment-related issues, such as retaliation, discrimination, or wrongful termination.

What does an employment lawyer do in India?

An attorney can help a business or individual determine whether a labor dispute is worth pursuing or not, such as when an employee alleges discrimination on the basis of age, disability, race, gender identity or expression, religion, or national origin. They can also provide advice on compliance with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s workplace regulations, or advise on procedures for checking that an employer has followed U.S. immigration laws when hiring foreign workers.

A lawyer can review employment-related contracts or agreements, such as a worker’s job description, compensation plan, severance agreement, or release, to make sure the language is clear and will hold up in court. They can also help a company with a major decision that will impact a lot of people, such as laying off staff, changing retirement plans, or discontinuing an employee benefit.

Allan Bloom of Fisher Phillips handles a broad range of labor and employment matters for management clients, including COVID-19 compliance and wage and hour disputes. Michael Delikat represents corporate clients in whistleblower and discrimination claims. Paul Salvatore has experience leading clients through collective bargaining negotiations and advising them on employment litigation.

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