Mark P. Carey P.C. | Employment Lawyer | Labor Attorney

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The Coach, the Counselor, and Task Master

I have the privilege of exploring new work and career challenges my clients are experiencing on a daily basis. I collaborate with clients to find workable and cost sensitive solutions to contract disputes, severance negotiations, general employment conflicts and office politics, compensation and discrimination, without resort to litigation.

In my role as the employment attorney I wear many hats. I am the coach that provides the leadership, skills and direction in handling work issues. I am the client’s personal Human Resource Director, providing quick answers about company policies, benefits and compensation. I also act as the counselor, listening without judgement and providing an objective response based on the facts and the client’s reasonable expectations. I am the Task Master, in that I handle each and every aspect of litigation and appellate work. Finally, I am the story teller of my client’s personalized narrative to the court and the jury.

I empower clients to embrace new work and career challenges that exist just slightly outside their comfort zones. I 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.

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Why Men At Work Don’t Understand Pregnancy

Men at work do not understand pregnant coworkers and often are too quick to throw them off the bus. In a NYTimes article on December 20, 2016, Pregnancy Changes the Brain in Ways That May Help Mothering, the following lead paragraph appeared, “Pregnancy changes a...

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“Wait, We Never Said That”- Employer Misrepresentations

It’s day one of the new job and upon arrival you suddenly realize you may have the wrong address or the wrong employer.  Everything the new employer represented to you during the interview is either false or a half truth.  Your new employer has lied to you about your...

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Four Ways to Get Out of Arbitration Agreements At Work

You may not know it, but your employer duped you into signing an arbitration agreement. Buried in all that paperwork when you started, was a hidden clause that said if you have a legal dispute with the company, you are required to file a private arbitration case and...

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