What is Employment Law

May 6, 2019
Employment law

Every person in their place of business deserves to have their rights protected in every way possible. While this is more often the case than not when it comes to company dealings in the United States, however, there are still some instances where the best interest of the employees are not looked after. This is where employment law comes into play.

Employment law is the area of law that governs the employer-employee relationship. It is made up of both state and federal laws and includes many different subjects with the common goal to protect workers’ rights. For employees, these laws work to prevent discrimination, promote health and safety, establish a minimum required level for economic support, and prevent work disruption due to disputes between labor and management.

If you have concerns about how you are being treated in the workplace, and have gotten nowhere with your company’s Human Resource department; or if you have questions as to whether your termination or layoff was legal, about your employer’s conduct, and negotiating your severance pay, you may want to speak with an attorney.

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