Employment Law at Skinner & Associates

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It doesn’t matter if you’re looking for a job for the first time, or if you’ve recently been terminated, it’s important for you to understand your rights as an employee. Both federal and state governments have enacted a wide range of employment laws protecting employees from discriminatory treatment, unfair labor practices, unsafe work conditions, and more.

Here at Skinner and Associates, we can provide in-depth knowledge on all phases of the employment process, from the interview and hiring stages to promotion, and even termination. In addition, we can provide further information about privacy in the workplace, wage and hour laws, workplace safety, family leave policies, and much more.

Areas where employment law can help you:

 

  • Hiring Process: Whether it’s your first time looking for a job, or you’re a seasoned professional, it’s always nice to have an employment lawyer on your side.

 

      • Applications and Interviews
      • Offers and Contracts
      • Contractor or Employee

 

  • Wages and Benefits: Ensure you’re getting compensated fairly, whether in a new job or promotion.

 

      • Wage and Hour Laws
      • Fair Labor Standards Act
      • Retirement Benefits

 

  • Employment Discrimination

 

      • Race Discrimination
      • Sexual Harassment
      • Religious Discrimination

 

  • Family and Medical Leave

 

      • Family and Medical Leave Act
      • State Leave Laws

 

  • Workplace Privacy

 

      • Employee Privacy
      • Drug Testing

 

  • Workplace Safety

 

      • OSHA
      • Workplace Exposure

 

  • Whistleblowers

 

      • Whistleblower Protections
      • Qui Tam Actions

 

  • Losing a Job: If you feel you’ve been wrongfully terminated, an employment lawyer can help be your voice should you need it.

 

    • Job Loss Basics
    • Wrongful Termination
    • Unemployment Benefits

Employment laws governs the employer-employee relationship and establishes important rights and regulations that determine what is legal and illegal in the workplace. We represent individuals and companies in a number of employment law areas. If you are an employee and believe your rights have been violated, or are a company and have questions about employment matters, Skinner & Associates will work with you to make sure your rights are protected and your needs are met.

Here at Skinner & Associates, we’re here to serve you. Contact Skinner & Associates Attorneys at Law for a no obligation consultation for a trustworthy, knowledgeable legal team to handle your case. Give us a call today at 614-664-0200 to set up an appointment, or visit our website to learn more about the services we offer and our areas of practice.

The information at the Skinner & Associates, LLC website is intended for general informational purposes only and not as specific legal advice. Use of this site is not intended to and does not in any way establish an attorney-client relationship. Visitors to this site should seek professional legal counsel regarding their specific matters. Attorneys at Skinner & Associates, LLC would be pleased to speak with interested parties, but we can only represent clients where we are licensed to practice, and where no other bar to representation exists. If the information provided by this website does not comply with the legal or ethical requirements of a particular user’s state or country, we may be unable to represent you. Although we are a general practice law firm, we may be considered a debt relief agency because we help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.

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