The back and forth arguments and demands can be so taxing for an organization. They take the unifying goals and throw them in the backseat, making both sides miserable. You think to yourself, “If only they would _____” or “Should we just give in?”
It’s enough to bring a company to its knees. I should know, I was a teacher for 20 years and President of a teachers’ union for six years and saw firsthand the inter workings of unions and organizations. Working on behalf of both employers and employees throughout the years in unemployment compensation cases, workers compensation cases and discrimination cases, I made it a point to study all sides of employment to where I fully understand the needs of both employers as well as employees.
In addition to organizational study, analyzing the ins and outs of agreements for the last 18 years has caused them to become a science. Every small detail is critical to ensuring that the integrity of a contract is kept in tact. Because of this, corporate clients such as the YWCA of Madison have asked me to look over their documents for years.
They and many other companies have sought my experience in all facets of employment law, including:
If you are in need of an experienced attorney to assist you with Employment Law, please contact my office at 608-695-2344