If your employees are talking about forming a union, you are likely spending a lot of quality production time on legal issues and contract talks. An experienced legal team on your side can help you sort through the union demands and give you more time to focus on your customers and clients.
Established in 1988, the New Jersey law firm of Ruderman & Glickman, P.C., provides quality representation for a wide range of business and corporate clients. Our Springfield collective bargaining attorneys have the concrete experience and skill to handle even your most complex labor or employment law matter.
Atlantic City Union Contract Law Firm
At Ruderman & Glickman, P.C., we are dedicated to providing creative solutions, not just answers. Whether your company is just starting to deal with a union or if you have been doing it for years, our attorneys are equipped to provide practical, accurate and reliable advice.
After employees vote to form a union, the next step is the creation of the union contract. This stage is critical in terms of negotiation and setting expectations for future dealings with the union. The contract will include all types of employment issues, including, but not limited to:
- Wages and bonus pay outs
- Leave and vacation accrual
- Hiring and termination
- Arbitration rights and processes
The formation of the union contract is governed by state and federal laws and regulations. The laws that are applicable to your company depend on many factors. During the formation process, the union will typically pick a representative and in some cases the union has an attorney.
Your business is a success by focusing on your organization's strengths and producing high quality products or services. The day-to-day business demands do not stop when you are negotiating a union contract. Our attorneys' experience dealing with unions and understanding how contact provisions can impact your bottom line will allow you to concentrate your time and effort on those details that matter most.
New Jersey Arbitration Lawyers Helping You Focus On Business
If your company has a union contract in place, there is a good chance that allegations that the contract was violated will be dealt with in an arbitration. Our attorneys are experienced in helping employers prepare and manage arbitration claims. Our New Jersey employment law firm has more than 20 years of experience in providing legal representation to businesses and corporations in every facet of labor and employment law.
For more information about our services, please contact our Springfield employment law firm or call us at 877-399-2612. We welcome the opportunity to meet with you and discuss your labor and employment needs.