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Employment Counseling

The Basics

Representative Experience

The employment law attorneys at Boutin Jones provide prompt, common-sense solutions to help our clients comply with the law and manage sensitive workplace issues.  Here are some of the ways we do this:

Advise employers on the interactive process to develop practical reasonable accommodation solutions as well as advise on the interplay of federal and state leaves of absence statutes and regulations.

Train and advise employers on wage and hour compliance, sexual harassment, and hiring practices.

Plan for complex employment issues related to mergers and acquisitions, such as WARN Act notification and potential successor employer liability.

Develop policies and procedures to protect an employer’s intellectual property and reputation, including drafting Trade Secrets and Confidentiality Agreements, Social Media policies and Use of Technology policies.

Advise employers on all aspects of employee performance, including performance reviews, discipline, and termination.

Draft, review and revise Employee Handbooks, policies, and procedures.

Draft Executive Employment Agreements, Compensation and Incentive Bonus Plans, and Indemnification Agreements for officers and directors.

Conduct or oversee investigations of claims by employees or former employees.

Develop and implement Reductions in Force, including Severance Packages.