Providing Pretermination Counseling To Employers

Even though terminating an employee for misconduct or poor performance may be perfectly legal, an employee may not see things that way. They may feel like their termination was based on their age, sexual orientation, race or disability. They may also see it as a form of retaliation or another unlawful reason.

Employees who feel they have been wronged by their employer or are experiencing an injustice may seek help from a lawyer in order to file a civil claim against their employer. These claims can lead to a settlement or lengthy litigation that can be incredibly damaging to an employer’s reputation.

No one should have to face the possibility of litigation alone. Attorney Ayesha Hamilton is a skilled negotiator and litigator. Call 800-742-1490 to discuss your case with her.

We Help Employers See Both Sides To The Case

At Hamilton Law Firm, P.C., we not only represent employees who feel their rights have been violated, but we also represent employers who want to defend themselves against allegations of wrongdoing.

The ability to see both sides to the story gives us the ability to point out pretermination behaviors that could be seen as forms of discrimination or retaliation, including but not limited to:

  • Giving verbal and written warnings for misconduct
  • Suggesting performance improvement plans
  • Denying a promotion or raise
  • Denying scheduled vacation time
  • Reassigning responsibilities
  • Exclusion from meetings or important conferences
  • Exclusion from internal communications
  • Transferring accounts or clients
  • Not giving out raises

Helping Employers And Employees Alike

Our pretermination counseling services benefit employees and employers alike by providing an opportunity to negotiate a mutually acceptable severance agreement without having to take a dispute to court. Attorney Ayesha Hamilton will take detailed information from you regarding the facts and circumstances surrounding the case, the actions made by an employer and the damages an employee may be owed.

We encourage our clients to take the right steps to resolve an employment dispute, and we do this by making sure our clients are informed, know their rights and know their options before taking action.

Experienced Legal Advice Is Just A Phone Call Away

If you would like to learn more about our pretermination counseling services or would like to discuss your case, contact Hamilton Law Firm, P.C.. Initial consultations are available at our Princeton, New Jersey, office. Call 800-742-1490 or send us a message online to get started.

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