Employment Law

Employment law can be confusing. As an employer, you need to be mindful of both state and federal laws, ensure that your employees are classified correctly, paid correctly and trained correctly. Even simple mistakes can lead to costly results. It’s important to seek knowledgeable legal counsel early on in your business’s growth who can guide you in areas such as:

  • Employee handbooks
  • Labor law
  • Wage/hour compliance
  • Reductions in force
  • Employee terminations
  • Employee classification
  • Separation agreements
  • Policies and procedure
  • Retaliation and whistleblower issues
  • COVID-19 issues
  • Employment litigation

Our attorneys at White and Bright, LLP are extremely knowledgeable in these areas. Having represented both employers and employees, our attorneys are adept at anticipating needs and providing our clients with cost-effective options to ensure that their business is healthy and legally compliant. Our ultimate goal is to ensure that you have created a legally-compliant foundation for your business consisting of policies, procedures and human resource structure specifically designed to avoid any costly litigation in the future.

Employee Handbooks and Policies

As an employer, it is critical that you have legally compliant and enforceable policies and procedures for your employees. An employee handbook provides employees an overview of policies that are specific to your company, in addition to other relevan… Read More

Human Resources Assistance

As an employer, you have probably already learned that you cannot prepare for every possible outcome. This is no truer than dealing with employee issues through your human resources department and/or manager. Employers face a litany of issues relatin… Read More

Employment Law Litigation

Lawsuits can happen. You may feel you did everything possible in attempting to rectify an employee issue only to be served with a lawsuit out of the blue months later. This can feel devastating. However, you are not alone – the attorneys at Whi… Read More

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