Labor & Employment Law Attorneys in Monterey County
Representing Central Coast Employers in Difficult Legal Matters
Being an employer in California is a challenge. Within a constantly changing regulatory and legislative environment, employers operating in this state must be vigilant, proactive, and attuned to employment practices and disputes in the workplace. Ready to help, JRG Attorneys at Law’s labor and employment legal team provides guidance and practical advice to help employers navigate their way through this regulatory maze and to aggressively represent them in any legal disputes.
Our firm has extensive employment litigation experience involving all significant employment law issues, including:
- Wage and hour disputes including PAGA and class actions
- Discrimination claims
- Wrongful termination
- Sexual harassment
- Employment contract claims
- Reasonable accommodation of disabilities
Compliance: How Can We Help Your Business?
Our employment lawyers in Salinas also regularly advise employers and corporations on compliance issues, helping to them conform their workplace policies and procedures to current law. We can act as outside counsel to assist you with day to day HR issues, including providing astute advice on difficult issues that arise on a daily basis. Our department creates and review handbooks, employment agreements, and will help you formulate policies needed to protect your business.
With clients in many different industries, including agricultural, food processing, hospitality, healthcare, construction, manufacturing, professional services, and technology companies, our firm is ready to provide specialized advice for your company or organization.
Administrative Matters: Does Your Business Need Help with an Agency?
Representing employers across California’s Central Coast since 1998, JRG Attorneys at Law is committed to protecting your company’s interests. This includes matters arising in State and Federal courts, along with administrative proceedings before such agencies as the Labor Commissioner (DLSE), Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), Department of Fair Housing and Employment (DFEH), Agricultural Labor Relations Board (ALRB), National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), the federal and state Departments of Labor, and others.
If you are an employer that gets a letter from any of these agencies or from an attorney representing a former employee, please contact JRG for assistance as such claims can lead to litigation later on.
Contact JRG Attorneys at Law Today for Experienced Legal Assistance!
Our employment and labor law department is headed by Anais Mora who has extensive experience in this complex field. They and the rest of our team are prepared to place your interests first as we address your particular concerns.