Our Texas employment law firm offers free seminars to help employers navigate employment relationships and minimize the risk of employment disputes, EEOC claims, and costly litigation. Complete the following form or email us at email@example.com to get more information on our next employer seminar.
Employees are the most important asset of any business because they interact directly with customers and have access to confidential company information. The last thing you want is a costly dispute with those very same employees that interact with your customers on a daily basis.
The best way to mitigate the risk of an employment dispute is to be protective and implement proper employment policies. In fact, a properly drafted employee handbook might resolve problems before they begin. However, poorly drafted employment policies can inadvertently place liability on an employer and cause disputes with employees. For example, a badly worded employee handbook could unintentionally change an at-will employment relationship into a term employment relationship and give rise to a potential claim for wrongful termination.
Employers should also have policies and agreements in place that protect confidential company assets once the employment relationship is terminated. Many employers believe that non-compete agreements are not enforceable. If done correctly, however, a non-compete agreement is enforceable in Texas. However, if improperly drafted, a non-compete agreement may not be worth the paper that it is written on.
Stacy Cole Law, P.C. offers free seminars for employers. Each seminar focuses on a different employment topic, such as:
- At-Will Employment
- Workplace Retaliation
- Wrongful Termination
- Unemployment Benefits
- Employee Handbooks
- Non-Compete Agreements
- Protecting Trade Secrets
- Wage Laws
- FMLA & Medical Leave
- Severance Packages
- Hiring & Terminated Employees
- Independent Contractors
Our Texas employment law firm will help you minimize the risk of employment disputes. Additionally, our Texas employment law firm will represent you through the EEOC process and in litigation, if needed. Contact our Texas employment law firm today to setup a consultation or to get more information about our free employer seminars.
Time is of the essence if you are already in an employment dispute. Thus, you should contact a Texas employment lawyer as soon as possible if you are already involved in an employment dispute.