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Helping unions handle labor law issues

| Mar 17, 2017 | Labor Law |

Unions in New York and elsewhere face many day-to-day issues related to the welfare of their members. Whether it’s in the public or private sector, unions have to make major decisions to address the needs of their rank and file.

In order to meet the constant and growing needs in the work environment, it is important that unions understand how to navigate labor law issues. This means taking measures that protect them and their members. At Pitta, LLP, our skilled attorneys have more than 40 years of experience helping New York labor unions navigate labor law issues.

Our law firm is committed to ensuring that our union clients are properly represented across the state. We have helped past clients negotiate, draft and enforce legal documents such as collective bargaining agreements. Our legal team has a background in mediation and arbitration, and we have successfully helped past clients resolve their issues. We have assisted with internal union investigations, initiated unfair labor practice proceedings, conducting government audits and investigations, resolving wage and hour cases and other similar matters.

We also understand the importance of ensuring that employers comply with all federal, state and local laws and regulations that govern employment matters. We have helped past clients draft employment policies and employee handbooks, helped conduct internal investigations for complaints regarding discrimination and harassment and initiating investigations relating to whistleblower complaints.

To learn more, check out our labor law web page. Whether a labor union was recently organized or is under contract, it is important that labor unions understand their rights in the matter and what steps could be taken to address and resolve their labor law issues.