In this episode of the Employee Survival Guide®, Mark discusses the gross disparity in bargaining power between employees and employers in relation to the concept of paid legal services and employment disputes. Employers have the money to afford employment attorneys, but employees often times do not. Our society does not grant employees an unfettered right to legal counsel in employment cases but does so in the criminal context. Next, Mark discusses the right to have an employment attorney to be present at work disputes at the job site and how employers prohibit employees from having their own employment attorney to represent them while at work. Finally, Mark discusses when you should speak to an employment attorney when specific factual situations arises during work.
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