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The Coach, the Counselor, and Task Master
We have the privilege of exploring work and career challenges our clients are experiencing on a daily basis. We collaborate with clients to find workable and cost sensitive solutions to contract disputes, severance negotiations, general employment conflicts and office politics, compensation and employment discrimination, without resort to litigation.
Working as an Employment Attorney in Connecticut
In our role as employment attorneys we wear many hats. We are the coaches that provide the leadership, skills and direction in handling client work issues. We are the client’s personal Human Resource Director, providing quick answers about company policies, employment benefits and compensation. We also act as the legal counselor, listening without judgment and providing an objective response based on the facts, the law and the client’s reasonable expectations. We are Task Masters, in that we handle each and every aspect of employment litigation and appellate work. Finally, we are the story tellers of our client’s personalized narrative to the company, the court and the jury.
We empower clients to embrace work and career challenges that exist just slightly outside their comfort zones. We believe growth and adversity are good for the soul. Finally, the playing field of work is always level, it just depends on your perception and where you derive your knowledge of how to succeed.
Contact our Employment Attorneys in Connecticut
If you feel you are being discriminated against in the workplace, wrongfully discharged, sexually harassed or if you are stuck in a hostile working environment, have an employment contract or severance agreement to be reviewed, we want to help. Give us a call today at (203) 255-4150 and speak with one of our experienced employment attorneys to discuss how we can help you with your case. We help clients located in New York, Manhattan, Connecticut and nationwide with their current employment situations.
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