Labor Negotiations

When you are hired by an employer you will most likely have to sign a contract. This contract will outline things like your wage, your hours of work and how the company operates in terms of holiday hours, time off, etc. In some instances you may be able to negotiate your contract with your employer before signing on the dotted line. In other instances you may need to resign and be-negotiate your contract every year or anytime the circumstances change.

Contract Negotiation

Companies pay a lot of money to attorneys to ensure that they are not losing out on any money and to ensure that they are getting the best deal from their employees. Employees have the legal right to fight back and to get assistance when it comes to contractual agreements and labor negotiations. Whether you are unhappy with the terms of your employment or whether you are questioning the integrity of the company and the contract in place put your mind at ease by working with a Minneapolis labor negotiations attorney.

Essentially, labor negotiations involves situation where you or your employer has a problem with the current situation and would like to re-look at the deal in place and design a more appropriate contract that suits all parties. If you are unhappy with your current work situation but are unsure of what to do about it and where to start, then let Duane Johnson help. Duane Johnson is an experienced Minneapolis employment law attorney handling all aspects of labor negotiations. He will help you understand what rights you have and determine whether your rights are being violated.

Minnesota Labor Negotiations Attorney

Labor negotiations include all aspect of employment law. A Minneapolis employment lawyer can help you with:

  • Discrimination and harassment concerns
  • Critical incidents
  • Contract negotiations and enforcements
  • Collective bargaining
  • Wage and hour disputes
  • Disability and retirement claims
  • Unfair labor practice
  • Workers compensation and injury claims
  • Wrongful termination
  • Breech of contracts

If you are concerned about any aspect of your contract or are interested in getting legal assistance with your labor negotiations, contact the Law Office of Duane Johnson on 612-529-6041.