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Helping you protect your employee rights

| Apr 7, 2017 | Employee Benefits |

Employees in the United States expect certain rights and benefits in the workplace. While all workers might not be fully aware how far these employee rights extend, it is clear that employees have the right to take action if they believe they are not having his or her rights or employee benefits upheld. In these matters, disputes could erupt and employees that are part of a union could take steps to protect these rights.

In order to avoid disputes and grievance mediation, employer and labor unions should take the time to ensure that their employee benefit plans comply with state and federal laws. This can be a complex matter as this is a detailed and lengthy process. This is why the attorneys at Pitta, LLP, are dedicated to serving labor unions throughout New York and New Jersey.

Our knowledgeable legal team has years of experienced working in employee benefits law, and they have a thorough understanding of rules and regulations, such as ERISA, the Internal Revenue Code, federal securities law, labor and employment law and accounting issues. We have assisted past clients successfully navigate issues concerning ERISA, COBRA, FMLA, HIPPA and U.S. Department of Labor rules and regulation.

Whether you are seeking to design an employment benefits plan, draft paperwork, implement collective bargaining or modify or administer current employment benefits plans, our experienced attorneys have had a wide range of experience and are prepared to offer you advice. Our goal is to meet your needs and avoid any pitfalls in the process.

To learn more, check out our law firm’s employee benefits website. It is paramount that employee benefits are implemented and protected; however this can be a complex process. Those dealing with this or any other labor law issue should understand the situation, their rights in the matter and how to resolve the problem.