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Vermont and New Hampshire Employment Attorneys

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If you are an employee who is suffering injustice at the hands of your employer, you must act fast and protect yourself from any further wrongdoing. Any type of inequality or wrongdoing in the workplace is unacceptable, and your employer has a legal obligation to adhere to their responsibility for taking care of their employees. Employment law refers to a broad area of law that deals with employee and employer relationships, and plays a significant role in your workplace issues.

If your employer failed to protect you in any way, please let us know. Call (802) 221-4461 to schedule your consultation with our team to discuss your wrongful experience and how we can help you move forward. Our goal is to provide the personalized advocacy and comprehensive legal insight needed to help you recover from your stressful experience. Our employment lawyer is committed to representing your best interests and ensuring that you receive a fair outcome in your case.

Your rights should never be violated, and we will fight to get your employer to pay for their misconduct accordingly.

How Employment Laws Impact Vermont & New Hampshire Workers

There are several rules and regulations in place to safeguard employees from unlawful conduct on behalf of their employers. Our knowledgeable lawyers stay up to date on the constantly evolving federal and state employment laws to better serve your needs.

Both federal and state employment laws have one goal: To regulate and enforce legal employee-employer relationships. We handle a wide range of cases dealing with employment-related matters:

  • Wage & Hour: This deals with minimum wage, overtime pay, underpayment, family and medical benefits, and workplace conditions for working children and adults alike.
  • Discrimination: This pertains to the unfair treatment of employees based on their age, gender, race, national origin, religion, or sexual orientation.
  • Safety & Health: These regulations are designed to protect employees from injuries and illnesses stemming from the workplace.
  • Benefits & Pensions: Benefits include retirement benefits, insurance plans, daycare and tuition reimbursement plans, sick leave and vacation. Pensions are intended to support employees who are no longer earning a regular income, such as when they retire.
  • Workers’ Compensation: This element of the law handles benefits for employees who have suffered an injury or occupational disease while employed. Wage replacement, medical treatment, vocational rehabilitation, and other benefits are used to compensate affected employees.

State employment laws derive from federal employment laws and differ because they modify certain federal laws according to state standards. For example, the minimum wage varies across all states, therefore wage and hour regulations may also vary from state to state. Click here to view Vermont’s employment laws and here for New Hampshire’s employment laws.

Why Choose Us?

About 130 million Americans work full-time, according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics. As such, it’s fair to say that millions of US employees are vulnerable to suffering injustice and wrongful actions from their employers. By ignoring the problems at the place in which you go to work every single day, you are allowing yourself to suffer when you should be focused on your job duties.

Employer misconduct must not be overlooked: It must be resolved in court.

These issues must be handled in court to not only protect yourself but to better prevent employers from continuing their misconduct towards other employees. Our employment attorney obtains extensive insight of state and federal laws, employment litigation and strategic legal counsel, meaning we can confidently handle your employment issues and fight for the justice you deserve. Whether you were wrongfully discharged, need help reviewing your severance agreement, or are facing other employment issues, our lawyers will guide you every step of the way.

Schedule your consultation with us online or by calling (802) 221-4461 today! We look forward to helping you reach your goals.