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Pre-Termination Issues

Los Angeles, CA Pre-Termination Issues Attorney

Not all employment matters happen at the time of termination. Employees may want to assert their rights or review their options pre-termination — while they are still employed.

The employment law attorneys of Posner & Rosen in Los Angeles have been instrumental in assisting employees who have problems related to their existing employment. Are you concerned that you may lose your job? Is your employer taking advantage of you in an unlawful manner? Our lawyers can help you handle your pre-termination issues in a number of ways, including:

  • Advising employees with respect to employment contracts and separation agreements
  • Reviewing employee handbooks and employer policy manuals
  • Analyzing and negotiating policies regarding the workplace such as drug and alcohol abuse guidelines, progressive discipline, discrimination, and employee privacy matters
  • Representing employees in alternative dispute resolution forums
  • Representing employees who are subject to workplace investigations
  • Advising employees who have been placed on a performance improvement plan (PIP)

Pre-termination issues can include sexual harassment or employment discrimination based on your race, age, gender, disability status, national origin or religion. If you are the victim of harassment or discrimination, we can help you through the process of making a claim while working to protect your position at your current job. In the meantime, be sure to take detailed notes of any harassment or discrimination that occurs. This documentation can be extremely important to the outcome of your case.

As in all of our work, our pre-termination services are individually tailored and based on the client's specific goals. To discuss your concerns, please contact us by e-mail or by calling 213.389.6050.

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