Employment Law

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Labor and Employment Attorneys in York, PA

At MPL Law Firm, our employment law attorneys understand that the most important resource a business has is its employees. It’s critical for companies to establish strong relationships with their employees by being fair and consistent with their employment policies and interactions, particularly as they relate to disciplinary actions. With more than 30 years of experience serving businesses in York and Adams Counties and throughout central Pennsylvania in employment law matters, our attorneys understand how strong employee-employer relationships are established.

The experience we offer and our attention to detail is extremely important in addressing employment law issues for businesses. These qualities allow us to help you carefully craft effective company policies and fulfill other crucial human resources obligations. We are able to foresee potential issues and take care to prevent them.

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A Firm Dedicated to Employment Law

We have a stake in the success of the businesses we represent. Likewise, businesses have a stake in their employees thriving in the workplace. That’s why we take great care to help you create employment policies that foster the greatest possible return from the people who work for you.

It is important to us to be thorough. Our size allows us to devote the appropriate amount of time to every employment law matter we handle. Cases don’t get passed down a chain of attorneys. Instead, we actively develop a strong attorney-client relationship with one primary attorney. We get to know the unique needs of every client. Then we take the appropriate action to address them.

We Handle All Aspects of Employment Law for Businesses

From proactive matters to the last-minute defensive maneuvers, our lawyers can handle all employment law issues for businesses of any size, including:

  • Hiring and termination processes
  • Employee contracts and non-compete agreements
  • Employee handbook and policy creation
  • Discrimination and wage claims