Employer Responsibility Law in New York
Whenever you create an employer—employee relationship, an employer has a responsibility toward his or her employees. Some responsibilities are required by the state, such as minimum wage. Others are simply good ideas that prevent future problems and will save you money in the long run.
Whenever you hire or fire someone, you need to protect yourself legally. A knowledgeable attorney can assist you in drafting agreements with an eye to the future. We can also help you avoid litigation. We have helped many employers with our sound advice and eye for detail. Contact Law Offices of Patricia G. Micek today for a free initial 5 minute phone consultation..
We have helped my employer clients with the following:
- Employment contracts
- Employee handbooks
- Wage and benefit agreements
- FLSA law
- Discrimination policies and sexual harassment policies
- Hiring and firing policies for at-will and contractual employees
- Independent contractor agreements
- Consultant contracts
The main way to avoid future problems is to set up a policy in the beginning and enforce it consistently. Invest time and money in creating the proper structure now. That will save you a lot more time and money in the future.
Some employers don’t call me until there is a problem. We gladly help them as well. As your attorneys, we will assess your case and fight hard to protect your rights.
We have helped employers against allegations of:
- Wrongful discharge
- Sexual harassment
If an employee has sue you or threatened to sue, you need a qualified lawyer right away. Don’t delay. Contact us today and we will help you put this crisis behind you.
We serve in New York City and Westchester County, including Yonkers, Mount Vernon, New Rochelle, and Scarsdale.
Contact Law Offices of Patricia G. Micek for a free initial 5-minute phone consultation..