Employment

Legal guidance on employer and employee rights.
Gross McGinley Allentown PA Employer Attorneys

Employment

Our employment law team collaborates with human resource departments and management, so you’ll always have informed, reliable legal counsel on your side. We believe in teamwork to develop the best solutions that reduce your risk. We also assist our clients with arbitration and settlement processes, when appropriate.

Corporate HR Policies and Procedures

Even conscientious, diligent employers benefit from consulting with an employment attorney on occasion. Our attorneys can advise on employee relations, help you draft employee handbooks, and even navigate the complexities of employee stock ownership plans.

When you work with one of our attorneys, you’ll benefit from their knowledge about all HR and employment matters. The relationship you build will benefit your business now and in the future. 

Corporate HR Agreements

The relationship between employer and employee is — by definition — contractual. Even without a written contract, both agree to their specific roles. Our attorneys collaborate with businesses and individuals to address a range of employment law matters that include employment contracts, severance agreements, restrictive covenants, and more.

You can count on our partnership because we bring a depth of knowledge to guide you through taking proactive steps that limit your liability, including implementing strategies that can prevent future litigation. 

Employee Employment Matters

In general, employers have many more resources at their disposal to address claims from employees. If you have a concern about discrimination, harassment, or other workplace problems, our experienced, knowledgeable attorneys can help.

We’re also well-versed in various contracts your employer may ask you to sign, including non-compete and severance agreements. Can you represent yourself? Sure — but our attorneys know the laws inside and out. We’re very familiar with the court procedures, and we know what information you need to win. And we can protect you from unfair tactics a business and its lawyers might use to win the case.

Employment Solutions

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