By Isaiah N. Brydie, Esq.
With Employees, An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Cure
To grow a business beyond a sole proprietorship or a partnership usually requires hiring employees. Yet day after day, countless entrepreneurs are blindsided by employee problems before they can cash in on the best value of their entrepreneurial efforts.
It’s nothing new. Corporations of any significant size have learned to solve employee problems time and again. They’re so good at it, they have most problems solved before an employee ever walks in the door. But small businesses operators are more often focused on keeping the doors open and the lights on.
The inexperienced business person — and even some old hats who fly by the seat of their pants — might tend to attribute employee problems to personality issues rather than to management shortfalls. The downside can be chronic turnover, wasted hours in needless hearings, and eventually a poor public reputation among the best potential employees.
Let an Employers Lawyer Hand You the Road Map to Success
The good news is, many — if not most — employee problems can be prevented with good legal counsel regarding matters like employment agreements and employee handbooks. Employee training and and employment regulation compliance counseling can help prevent big issues from surfacing further down the road.
It’s not just about avoiding problems, either. A good reputation as an employer can make the difference between a business that languishes and explosive growth beyond your wildest dreams.
Whether you are proactively seeking to prevent problems from arising in the future, you are eager to carve out a golden road to unlimited success, or you are already involved in an employee dispute, Urban Legal has the right employment law attorney for your matter.
North Tulsa Employment Law Services
Businesses seeking help with employers’ legal matters can find help at Urban Legal with:
- Employee agreements
- Non-compete agreements
- Non-disclosure agreements
- Employee handbooks
Businesses and employees with disputes can turn to Urban Legal for help on their matters:
- Discrimination claims
- Sexual harassment matters
- Wage, hour and overtime suits
- Wrongful termination
- Hostile work environment
- Severance agreements
Call for a Free Employment Law Consultation
It only takes a few minutes to find out if your current employers documents are sufficient for your needs. After a brief conversation, an attorney trained in employment law can do the heaving lifting. The best part is, you don’t need to sign an agreement or hire an attorney just to find out if you need the service of an employer’s attorney. Your initial consultation with an employment law attorney at Urban Legal is free. Call today at (918) 323-4334.