Dayton Employee Relations Counsel
Employment laws regulate employment contracts and employer-employee relationships. The Dayton law firm of Green & Green Lawyers A Legal Professional Association has a solid history of handling both the employee and employer sides of disputes related to employment and labor laws. We can help you resolve conflict both before and after a lawsuit is filed.
If you believe your employer violated your rights, took discriminatory action or did not pay you for the number of hours you worked, our attorneys can act in your best interest. Meanwhile, if one of your employees makes allegations that put your Dayton company at risk, we can protect your rights in administrative proceedings, court, arbitration or mediation.
We Find Solutions For Your Employment Concerns
Matters of Ohio employment laws specify workplace terms and conditions. In situations involving a physical injury, breach of contract or hostile work environment, our lawyers can protect your rights – in court, when necessary.
We provide efficient representation in employment matters such as:
- Collective bargaining
- Wage and hour disputes
- Occupational safety regulations
- Workers’ compensation
- Holiday entitlements
- Health insurance benefits
Federal and state laws also provide workplace protections against sexual harassment and discrimination based on age, sex, race, religion, color, disability or national origin.
Rights Protection: From Alternative Dispute Resolution To Litigation
We at Green & Green Lawyers also have vast experience in the labor arena. We regularly work with agencies including the State Employment Relations Board (SERB), American Arbitration Association (AAA) and Ohio Civil Rights Commission (OCRC).
Our experience includes:
- Civil service hearings
- Drafting charges and specifications
- Labor negotiations
Depending on the situation, we seek a prelitigation resolution or provide experienced litigation strategies.
Draw From Our Experience
If you need a lawyer who will dedicate their resources to your case, email our legal counsel or call 937-224-3333.