Labor & Employment Law
Our labor and employment team works with companies’ executives and human resources departments to proactively manage employment policies to be in compliance with ever-changing state and federal laws, rules, and regulations. When a problem does arise, we provide guidance on not only how to address the problem quickly but avoid setting precedent that could impact other employees. Through every partnership we build, our team carves out a path forward that steers around risk and puts you back in the driver’s seat.
Protect your business and your employees
Having proper workplace policies and procedures in place benefits both your business and your employees. Our employment attorneys can help you stay in compliance with laws regarding discrimination, sexual harassment, and more. The labor attorneys at Rupp Baase Pfalzgraf Cunningham can help you develop an employee handbook and an employment contract that outline appropriate workplace conduct. This will help to avoid future conflicts that can lead to litigation. If you do find yourself in litigation, our employment law attorneys can help you through it.
The labor & employment attorneys at Rupp Baase specialize in:
- Protected Classifications
- Sexual Harassment
- Handbook Creation
- Employment Contracts
- Hiring, Firing & Discipline procedures
- Severance Agreements
- Non-Compete agreements
- Americans with Disabilities Act
- New York State Human Rights Act
- New York Paid Family Leave Act
- Family & Medical Leave Act
- Equal Pay Act
- Independent & Internal Investigations
- General Employment Law Compliance
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