Employment Law

Albuquerque Employment Law & Sexual Harassment Attorney

Grover Law, LLC represents employers and employees on all aspects of employment law. Having an experienced attorney in this area is essential in making sure your rights are protected, no matter what side you are on. Employment laws are consistently changing and can be very complex. There are a number of regulations in place that govern the employee-employer relationship. Knowing and understanding these laws is important in avoiding potential litigation. We handle agreements; employment, termination, and severance agreements; employee and executive benefit agreements; unemployment compensation claims and appeals; litigation and intellectual property.

We are able to draft or review any documents that are necessary to keep your business functioning at optimal levels. This includes employee manuals, safety protocols and legal jurisdictional issues. We make sure employers have adequate representation when dealing with unions, and employees are always treated with respect. Unfortunately, there are situations where employers do not respect the employee relationship. We get involved to make sure the employees have a voice and dependable resource to protect their rights. Being proactive is key in making sure every party understands their legal position in order to proceed under the guidelines of the law.

Sexual Harassment

Sexual harassment is one of the most intricate issues surrounding the workplace. Although there are clear delineations on what sexual harassment is, employers frequently ignore the rules and retaliate against employees that report inappropriate behavior. Sexual harassment is covered under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, and specifically makes it illegal for any employer to discriminate or retaliate under the law. Knowing what can be deemed sexual harassment is key. Here are a few examples:

  • Written or verbal conduct laced with personal behavior or sexual innuendoes
  • Physical conduct, whether violent or non-violent
  • Nonverbal conduct, where someone make derogatory gestures of a sexual nature
  • Inappropriate visual displays of drawings or e-mails.

Employees have the right to be protected from any employer encouraging sexual harassment in the workplace. We work in their defense to investigate and get to the bottom of the issue, making sure their interests are protected. In the event the employee is terminated, we work to get the compensation due to them and also work to hold the employer responsible for their actions.

Employers and employees can trust Grover Law, LLC will represent their best interests in the area of employment law. For more information on how we can assist you in your employment law needs, contact Grover Law, LLC today!