The Difference Between Employment Law and Labor Law
Labor laws regulate the relationship between employers and labor unions, such as the AFL-CIO. Labor laws cover topics like the right to unionize and the negotiation and enforcement of collective bargaining agreements.
Employment laws regulate the relationship between an employer and individual employees and deal with issues like employment discrimination, harassment and complaints about compensation for work that was delivered.
Regardless of which laws apply to your situation, a small business plan from Legal Shield includes unlimited phone consultation with an experienced employment litigator to help you understand your rights, determine next steps and protect your business.
Join legalShield now and be on the phone with an employment attorney in 4 hours or less.
How a LegalShield Small Business Plan Works for Employment Litigation
All LegalShield plans come jam-packed with valuable benefits. When it comes to getting help with employment law, the most common plan usage is in two areas.
CONSULTATION AND ADVICE
You can have unlimited phone consultation with an employment lawyer to get questions answered, receive legal advice and make sure your business is protected.
DOCUMENT REVIEW & NEGOTIATION
You can have your attorney review any documents (up to 15 pages each) and even make phone calls and write letters on behalf of your business to resolve employment disputes.
You get the best of both worlds. You have the help of an employment litigator to make sure your business is protected AND you save a ton of money.