The employer-employee relationship is often a very delicate one, and both sides may find themselves in situations that require legal assistance. Whether you are an employee or employer, our experienced team of Mooresville employment law attorneys can provide sound legal assistance for a wide range of employment-related matters. From drafting documents and workplace policies to resolving a civil claim, no issue is too complex for our team to handle.
Our employment law services include:
If you would like to discuss your employment matter, contact our attorneys.
If you believe that you have been wrongfully terminated from your job, have suffered harassment or retaliation, are interested in discussing a contract or severance package, or anything in between, consult with our legal team. We have in-depth experience resolving employment disputes and are aware of how these matters can affect employees. Our attorneys can stand up for you and advocate on your behalf.
If your position is terminated, your employer may give you the option of accepting a severance package. These separation packages can include lump-sum or interval payments, continued insurance coverage, and other benefits. In exchange, employees may be asked to give up a number of privileges. For example, you may be prohibited from working with a competitor, taking unemployment, or bringing a lawsuit against your employer.
Facing the uncertainty of a layoff can be tremendously stressful; however, you do not have to go through this process alone. Our Mooresville employment attorneys can review your agreement point by point and guide you through severance package negotiations. Is a package offering fair compensation? What if I have ongoing employment issues? What are my rights? Through every step of this process, we can be a guiding voice in your corner.
Our firm can assist with concerns including but not limited to:
As an employee, you are not obligated to accept a severance package and there may be many valid reasons for doing so. On one hand, the terms of a contract may not be in your best interest, with employers refusing to budge on the terms or enter into meaningful negotiations. Other times, a company may offer packages as a way to prevent lawsuits by restricting an employee’s ability to sue. If you believe that your employer has acted unlawfully, we can help you to understand your legal options.
We offer employment law services for grievances including:
At Homesley & Wingo, we work hard to find creative, cost-effective solutions to address important legal concerns for both workers and employers. Our priority is ensuring that your rights are fully protected and that, whether through negotiation or litigation, your situation is resolved in a fair and satisfactory manner.
Talk to our attorneys about your employment law matter and we can help you better understand your rights, your options, and how we can help you.
Contact us at (704) 457-1073 to get started.