Defining employment law is often tricky, as employment law comprises local, state, and federal statutes, which can often overlap. These statutes regulate the relationship between an employer and employee, but despite the broadness of this field, they all uphold the workers’ rights.
Employment law provides regulations that protect employees by preventing targeted discrimination, promoting the health and safety conditions, and aiming to minimize labor and wage-based disputes. This can include the following:
Every state follows particular labor and employment laws, and it is imperative to refer to an attorney for your specific case. If you have been the victim of wrongful termination or treatment at work, our attorneys are available to help with your case. We will fully explain the state and federal employment laws pertaining to your case and provide you with the legal options you may have.
Having an employment law attorney by your side with these cases is extremely important. Both state and federal employment laws can be complicated to understand. In most situations, a wronged employee does not have the resources necessary to handle their own case. An employment law attorney can: