Feeling Intimidated By Employment Contract Negotiations?
In today’s competitive job market, where corporate buyouts and sudden layoffs occur regularly, it is natural to want the best employment contract upfront. But how do you know if your rights as an employee are being protected in your new employment contract?
Pursuing your best interests in any kind of employment agreement can be very difficult. How do you know what to look for in these types of contracts? An experienced employment law attorney can help you determine whether the critical language that safeguards your employee rights is in your contract.
Mark Biggerman has over 25 years of experience with employment contracts. This includes review, counseling, negotiation, and even representation in all levels of Ohio and federal courts. Attorney Biggerman understands that seeking the best strategy to efficiently resolve your issues sometimes requires out-of-the-box thinking. Call his office in Beachwood at 216-220-6639 today to learn more about how a knowledgeable lawyer can help you.
As an experienced employment lawyer, Mr. Biggerman helps clients in all aspects of their employment agreements. These agreements include all aspects of the employment, including scope of work, pay, vacation and sick leave, health benefits, and other clauses relevant to employment. He works with clients in every aspect of their employment agreements, representing employees to help make sure their employment agreements are fair and equitable, and providing counsel to employers, as well.
Exploring All Options With You For Optimum Results
Employment negotiations have important nuances when there is so much at stake. Your livelihood is central to your financial well-being and no small matter. Working with a firm that knows the subtleties of employment laws, contracts and litigation can help make the positive impact you seek.
Reach out to Mark W. Biggerman, Attorney at Law, for help reviewing your employment documents such as:
- Noncompete agreements
- New hire employment contracts
- Retention agreements
After reviewing and discussing your contract with you, Mr. Biggerman will help you by negotiating any necessary changes.
Call 216-220-6639 For Contract Negotiation Counsel
There is no substitute for the skills that come with experience. Do not leave your future to chance. Call the firm that has your best interests covered in or out of the courtroom at 216-220-6639 or reach out online.