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How Can an Employer Attorney Help an Employer?

| Jun 4, 2016 | Employment Law |

Employers can sometimes be in a situation when he/she needs the help of an employer attorney. Although he is in command with his employee, he cannot just take action because of the employment law. One reason of having employment law is to set rules for both employer and employee. An employer gives command and rules for his employee, while the employee seeks right and fair deals from their employer. Both the employer and employee need to make an agreement for them to work together. And when disagreement and conflict arise, an employment attorney can solve the situation. Employment attorneys could also help in many employment decisions.

Drafting Contracts

Analyzing things to make a contract is a hard task. You need to consider items like salary, wages, and benefits. It should meet the need of you and your employee. It should be done legally and legitimately. The employer attorney knows things in depth ideas about contracts and making agreements. An employer needs their legal advice to make right decisions.

Dealing with Complaints

There are instances that employees make complaints with their work and situation. For example, when their workplace doesn’t secure their health and safety. They make claims and demands that can trouble the employer. There could be many causes of complaints from the employee, that’s why it is important for an employer to have an attorney to handle such matters.

Firing of Employee

Firing an employee is not an easy decision and action. But if the employee doesn’t fit the job, he or she must be replaced with the better employee. It will take certain procedures to fire an employee. You need to follow the rules of making written and verbal warnings. Without executing it properly, the employee might sue and you lose money. If you don’t know about this matter you should ask the help of the attorney. They could help you to process things properly and prevent you from further problems.

If you need the assistance of an employer attorney, call the office of Stratton & Green, ALC today.