Memphis Employment Attorneys
What is the Law Regarding Employment in Memphis?
Employees, employers and independent contractors in Memphis are controlled by employment law. Employment issues that are controlled by these laws include hiring policies, wage amounts, and termination procedures. Both employees and employers must have knowledge of the Memphis employment laws.
"At-Will" vs. Contract Employment Terms
"At-will" employment is the most common type of employment, but in some cases there may be an employment contract guaranteeing payments for six months to a year. "At-will" employment implies that either the employer or employee can end the job at any time for any reason, so long as it is not illegal to do so In the instance that the employer and employee have an employment contract, laws from both the state and federal government will apply to the city of Memphis
Anti-Discrimination laws in Memphis
Memphis citizens must abide by laws which make discrimination illegal at all phases of employment, including hiring employees, wage disputes, and terminating procedures. Residents of Memphis are regulated by laws which make it illegal to discriminate against members of particular categories. These categories include race, age, gender, national origin, disability, and religion.
A claim regarding discrimination can be heard at an administrative agency like EEOC. Many lawyers specialize in the field of employment discrimination.
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Life in MemphisMemphis, Tennessee has something for everyone. Popular family attractions include Graceland, Main Street Trolley, AutoZone Park, and the Gibson Factory. Memphis is also known as a city rich in history, so there are many museums to see! Some museums include the National Civil Rights Museum, Stax Museum of American Soul Music, Mississippi River Museum at Mud Island, and the Memphis Rock 'n' Soul Museum.
Amongst all the cities in the United States, Memphis is deemed the twentieth largest city in the U.S. Along with Nashville, Memphis is known to be one of Tennessee's most exciting and metropolitan cities with a population of around 1,316,100 people. Downtown Memphis lies along the Mississippi River and is home to many companies and law firms. Memphis attorneys have a reputation of being competent and client oriented, focusing on providing excellent legal services to Memphis residents.