Labor / Employment Law in Troy, MI
How do you terminate problem employees?Employers: Are you facing any of the following expensive problems?
- Are you a “just cause” or “at will” employer?
- Do you fire an employee outright, or use a stepped disciplinary procedure?
- Leave requests; lost time from the workplace; habitual tardiness
- Back pay
- Front (or future) pay
- Overtime pay: Identify the key factors in exempt vs. non-exempt employees
- Reinstatement of fired employees
- Unemployment compensation claims
- Employment litigation / arbitration / ADR?
- Does a candidate have an existing non-compete agreement? Do you hire them?
See 13 Common Employment Discipline Pitfalls for Employers. These pitfalls do not mean your employee will be successful in pursuing litigation, but increase the likelihood the employees will pursue litigation that is costly and time consuming for you, the Employer. Awareness is the first key to avoiding problems.
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The Zeigler Law team has over 37 years of employment and labor law experience to represent Employers in State and Federal Courts, before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and the Department of Labor, National Labor Relations Board, and the Michigan Administrative Hearing System and other State and Federal agencies.
Zeigler & Associates provides guidance for all aspects of management and labor relations so our clients can operate their businesses as smoothly as possible.
Our Labor/Employment practice areas include:
- Employer / Employee / Management / Union
- Discrimination / Harassment / Whistle Blower
- NLRB / EEOC / MERC / ADA / FMLA
- Separation / Severance / Wrongful Termination
- Wage Hour / Overtime / FLSA
- COBRA / HIPAA
- Employee Handbooks
- Unemployment Compensation
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