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The employment law attorneys of Cornetet, Meyer, Rush & Stapleton, Co., L.P.A. will help your business navigate the legal minefield of employment laws and government compliance.  Whether you are a business with five employees or 500 employees, our attorneys will give you the guidance and documents you need to reduce your risk of employment litigation.

Whether your business needs a comprehensive employee handbook to outline company policies, a single severance agreement for a departing employee, or has questions about classifying workers as independent contractors or employees, our attorneys will guide you through the issues, explain the legal consequences, and help you choose the best path for your business.

Services for Employers:

  • Employee Handbooks
  • Employment Contracts
  • Non-Compete, Non-Solicitation, and
    Confidentiality Agreements
  • Federal and State Employment Law Compliance
  • Employee Hiring/Termination Guidance
  • Social Media Policies
  • Independent Contractor/Employee
  • Responding to Employee Grievances

Services for Employees:

  • Non-Compete Agreement Review
  • Severance Agreement Review
  • Employment Contract Review

Why Have An Employee Handbook?

Employee handbooks provide your employees with important guidance on your company’s rules and regulations and promote an understanding of how your company functions.  These handbooks play an important role in the employer/employee relationship by outlining everything from an employer’s Equal Employment Opportunity policy, to employee benefits like paid leave and vacation time, to outlining a disciplinary policy and setting specific rules governing employee conduct in the workplace.  Our attorneys can help you craft a detailed employee handbook specific to your company’s needs so that you can enjoy a more uniformed, structured, and productive workplace.

Ohio Non-Compete Agreements

Both employees and employers often have questions about the enforcement of non-compete agreements in Ohio.  Our attorneys can identify the legal restrictions imposed by your non-compete agreement and explain, in plain English, what those restrictions mean for you and your future employment.  For businesses, our attorneys can help you identity the circumstances in which non-compete agreements are appropriate and draft a legally enforceable agreement to protect your business’s valuable assets.

Contact the employment law attorneys of Cornetet, Meyer, Rush & Stapleton, Co., L.P.A.