Anselmi & Carvelli, LLP’s employment group offers clients extensive experience in employment counseling, advising companies and individuals on every aspect of the employer-employee relationship. We draw on our experience across all industries:
- Real estate
…among many others. We assist clients from Fortune 500 companies to traditional business startups with employment law challenges unique to their businesses.
Our employment law group provides advice and counsel on both strategic and day-to-day labor and employment and human resources issues including worker classification, disability accommodations, executive compensation, stock options, leave of absence, trade secret protection, reductions in force, drug testing, breach of restrictive covenants, non-competition and non-solicitation agreements, wage and hour laws, and employee hiring, discipline and termination. This includes developing and implementing policies, procedures and programs and conducting seminars and anti-harassment and anti-discriminatory training, intended to position clients to avoid litigation.
Anselmi & Carvelli, LLP’s employment law group drafts and negotiates employment agreements, handbooks, applications, contracts, arbitration agreements, compensation arrangements, severance packages, releases, exit incentive programs and independent contractor agreements.
Anselmi & Carvelli, LLP’s employment law group conducts independent investigations into allegations by an employee or third party concerning improper behavior such as:
- Employee misconduct
Please contact Paul F. Carvelli for additional information.
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