New Jersey Employment Lawyer
The relationship between employer and employee is a primary concern that shapes our economic lives. At Einhorn, Barbarito, Frost & Botwinick, we are sensitive to the issues that affect employees, management, and ownership. Contact an experienced New Jersey employment lawyer at our firm today to learn more about how we can advise you.
Employment Attorneys for Employers
On the management side, we assist employers with employee policy and compliance issues. Our employment law attorneys:
- Represent management accused of improper employment practices;
- Draft employee manuals; and
- Develop training programs to educate management and their employees as to their respective legal responsibilities and duties.
Employment Lawyers for Employees
We also help employees who need compensation when injured on-the-job. Additionally, a New Jersey employment lawyer specializing in discrimination and harassment issues can vigorously represent employees who fall victim to discrimination or harassment in the workplace.
One of the keys to a successful employer-employee relationship is to have sound and fair employment policies that you consistently enforce. We provide employment law contract drafting and review, as well as advice on the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA), New Jersey Family Leave Act (FLA) and related issues. We also conduct employment compliance and sensitivity training seminars.
Assisting both plaintiff-employees and management and ownership with employment issues gives us a unique perspective. Our litigation experience has taught us how and where the employer-employee relationship can become mutually beneficial and productive or breakdown irretrievably. We use this knowledge to help our employer clients prevent the problems that we see in the workplace every day.
Learn more about our extensive Employment Law Practice:
- Wage and Hour;
- Retaliatory Termination/Whistleblower;
- Wrongful Termination;
- Sexual Harassment;
- Independent Workplace Investigations;
- Non-compete Agreements;
- Employment Handbooks;
- Family and Medical Leave;
- Employment Contracts;
- Division on Civil Rights “DCR”;
- Equal Employment Opportunity Commission “EEOC”;
- Drug Testing;
- Criminal Background Checks;
- Public Employees.
Contact a New Jersey Employment Lawyer Today
Do you need assistance with employment law matters? Einhorn, Barbarito, Frost & Botwinick, PC is ready to provide you with the superior legal counsel you seek. Call 973-627-7300 or contact us via our web form. to schedule a consultation with an experienced New Jersey employment lawyer now.Print PDF
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