At the heart of many employment disputes: wage-and-hour matters

All businesses face a challenging and often unforgiving regulatory environment. This is particularly true in the employment realm, where employer-employee relations are marked by complexity from the job-application stage right through to termination and, sometimes, even afterwards.

One central point of contention often relates to wage-and-hour matters. That is no surprise, of course. Pay is critically important, both to those providing services and to those paying for them.

The Lexington employment law attorneys at Rajkovich Williams Kilpatrick & True work closely with employers of all types on pay-related matters and disputes.

Many problems (ranging from hours worked to overtime considerations) can be avoided or minimized at the outset of a workplace relationship through the involvement of experienced human resources professionals, including legal counsel. 

Even the best employment policies and procedures will not prevent all disputes. In such a case, experienced employment lawyers will assist employers in resolving these conflicts whether through negotiation or court proceedings.

Alternative dispute resolution (ADR) can be effective, too. Mediation and arbitration are often the best way to resolve these dispute. Unlike litigation, ADR can be quick and relatively inexpensive.

We welcome employers' contacts to our firm concerning any aspect of employment law and the ways in which our legal team can provide prompt, cost-effective solutions.

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