Employment Law

Whelan Corrente attorneys have extensive experience in all areas of employment law, from the application stage through termination. This includes day-to-day advice on compliance with wage and hour laws, anti-discrimination statutes, affirmative action requirements, and all other workplace statutes and regulations. We routinely provide counsel and advice related to personnel policies, sexual harassment, employee terminations and large scale reductions in force, non-compete and confidentiality agreements, Family and Medical Leave Act, electronic communication policies, including social media policies, discrimination laws, privacy laws, corporate raiding, and independent contractor issues. We have extensive experience in preparing employee handbooks, executive employment contracts, severance agreements, and all types of employment related forms and notices.

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