Employment Law

Employment law issues such as unemployment compensation and personnel management can create real pitfalls for businesses and employees alike. The laws that govern these issues can be extremely complicated and can create situations where common sense and fair dealing are no longer enough to create a resolution that will work. To be able to effectively protect your rights and whatever investment you may have made in a situation is best accomplished by securing the guidance and advocacy of seasoned legal representation. At Trinity Law, our employment law attorneys have over 30 years of experience helping employers and employees to successfully face the challenging situations that can come up in the workplace. We understand what is at stake for our clients. For employees, the protection of your rights in dealings with an employer or former employer can be financially critical. For employers, being able to manage your employees and the resources involved with them effectively is very important to the continued success of your business.

Unemployment Compensation

Our firm knows how important unemployment compensation can be to a worker who is no longer working. We also know that no business should be held accountable for terminating an employee when that action was justified. Learn more about how we can help you file for and receive unemployment compensation.

Personnel Management and Human Resources

For a business to succeed, it has to be able to manage its employees just like any other resource. Having the solid guidance to help you avoid costly errors when dealing with employee issues is a necessity.

The employment lawyers at Trinity Law know that, when it comes to personnel management, the best defense is a good offense. Limiting employee claims against your business starts before any employee is ever interviewed. It is important that you do more than meet the Federal and State labor requirements. Good human resources management requires that a specific hiring plan and related procedure must be in place. This is the foundation upon which the entire employment relationship is based.

The successful employer must have an exceptional policy manual in place. The employer must take the proper steps to communicate what is and what is not acceptable behavior in the work place. A good manual does that – and more. The employment lawyers at Trinity Law will partner with your management and human resources department to insure that your business meets the requirements of the numerous State and Federal labor laws governing employment. In addition, we will provide sound advice and strategies to help insulate your business from successful future claims of illegality.

At Trinity Law, our employment lawyers provide sound advice from the beginning of the employment relationship to the end. For example, we answer questions about drug testing, criminal backgrounds, and credit checks, frequently associated with early employment. Likewise, we advise employers on discipline and termination strategies as well, often associated with the tail-end of the employment relationship.

The following is a list of just some of the areas for which we provide legal advice and guidance:

  • Non-compete provisions
  • Confidentiality provisions
  • Employment agreements
  • Discipline/termination
  • Separation agreements
  • Policy/manual reviews
  • Drug testing
  • Criminal checks
  • Wage and hour disputes
  • Credit checks
  • Discrimination policies
  • Sexual harassment policies
  • Computer policies
  • Cell phone usage policies



Wrongful Discharge

Wrongful discharge is a specific legal theory that may or may not apply to a situation involving the termination of an employee from employment. The law of Pennsylvania is clear and specific, in many respects, as to what types of claims constitute wrongful discharge. If you believe you have been the subject of wrongful discharge, you should contact an attorney to explore the matter carefully.

Contact Us

For effective guidance and advocacy on employment law issues, turn to the experienced employment lawyers of Trinity Law. With offices in York, Lancaster and Mechanicsburg, our Pennsylvania employment law attorneys can help you build a solid plan for the future. To schedule your initial consultation, call 717-843-8046, toll free at 866-464-5297 or simply contact us online. We accept major credit cards for your convenience.