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Michigan's Employment Lawyers

At Fahey Schultz Burzych Rhodes PLC, our Michigan Employment Law Team is dedicated to improving your employee relations and employee management processes. With decades of experience in employee management, our team deals with employee management including employee handbooks, employee policies, non-compete contracts, employee termination, separation agreements, conditions of employment, and more on a daily basis. We make it our mission to meet your needs when it comes to the legal aspects of your business and your employees and we do so promptly and efficiently, so you can bet back to business as usual. Learn more about some of the employee management services offered by our lawyers below.

Employee Management

We know how much goes into every step of the employment process, including hiring, contracts, policies, and termination. When you work with a Michigan employment lawyer at Fahey Schultz Burzych Rhodes PLC, you can rest assured that we will be by your side through every step, ensuring all of your employee management needs are covered--from the recruiting stage to after termination of employment.

Employee Handbook

Outlining expectations and employee policies through an employee handbook will ensure that both you, as the employer, and your employees know and can refer to a set of standard guidelines throughout the duration of employment. Working with our employment lawyers will help you to understand the types of expectations that should be covered in your employee handbook and ensure that all of your employee management needs are covered.

Non-Compete Contract

Depending on your industry, a non-compete contract may be something to consider with your Michigan employment lawyer. A non-compete contract is designed to prevent employees from being bought out by your competitors as well as from starting a similar company of their own. Different factors such as distance from the location of employment, and time frame after employee termination are things that should be considered when drafting a non-compete contract.  Our Employment Law Team regularly prepares, enforces, and otherwise deals with non-compete contracts.

Separation Agreement

An employee separation agreement, sometimes referred to as an employee termination agreement or severance agreement, is an agreement that accompanies an employee’s termination or layoff. From the employer standpoint, a separation agreement is intended to prevent future lawsuits or legal battles as a result of an employee’s termination. Working with an experienced employment lawyer to prepare a separation agreement will help minimize risks of liability for employment-related claims following termination or to help transition an employee out of employment in a difficult situation.  Because our Employment Law Team focuses on prompt responses to our clients, we can efficiently respond to even the most urgent or last minute preparation, agreement issue--from drafting and negotiating its terms to enforcing those terms long after the ink dries.

For more information about our employment law services, please contact us today and ask for a member of our Labor and Employment Law Practice Group.

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