Business Expanding? Hire an Employer-Employee Lawyer

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An employer-employee lawyer can help draft agreements, and keep companies up to date with employee rights laws.

The goal of many business owners is to grow and expand, and this usually means a necessary increase in employees. In some cases, business owners may want to bring in new management, or may take on employees through a merger or acquisition. If your business needs help with employer-employee services, consider hiring an employment attorney.

Employment Agreements

Employment agreements can vary in complexity, and usually need to be tailored to the specific position being filled. An employment attorney can help with all types of new hires, from executive or senior level management to standard employment agreements. They can create documents such as confidentiality and non-disclosure agreements, and non-compete and non-solicitation agreements. Independent contractor contracts can also be handled by an employment attorney.

Employment Manuals, Forms and Policies

Having clear policies is an advantage for businesses. It helps employees understand what is expected of them in their position and at the workplace. An employment lawyer can help a business comply with existing laws by developing and updating employee manuals, personnel forms, anti-discrimination policies and anti-harassment policies.

Transaction Support

In the event of a merger or acquisition transaction, changes in employment policy may be necessary. An employment lawyer will review various contracts and documents that could affect the sale or purchase of a company.

Contact The Law Offices of Kirk Halpin & Associates, P.A. Today

Practicing together in Howard County since 2004 – first in Columbia and now in Clarksville, The Law Offices of Kirk Halpin & Associates, P.A., is here to help with a variety of business, real estate and finance law issues. We have a long list of practice areas, a long list of industries served, and a long list of success stories and recommendations in helping businesses, no matter the size, grow, reach their goals, and surpass them. If you’re seeking counsel on a business, real estate or finance law issue, always feel free to contact us via our contact page or call us at (410) 531-1700. While you are here, remember to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and LinkedIn to stay up to date with our blog and the latest happenings at our firm.

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