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What is the Law Regarding Employment in Enfield?

Employment law refers to the body of laws in Enfield that govern employees, employers, and independent contractors. Employment issues that are regulated by these laws include hiring policies, wage amounts, and termination procedures. Employment law in Enfield should be understood by employers and employees.

"At-Will" vs. Contract Employment Terms

"At-will" employment is the most common form 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 may end the job at any time for any reason, so long as it is not illegal to do so Laws of both the state and federal government determine which employment terms are valid and enforceable should there be a contract between the Enfield employee and employer.

Anti-Discrimination laws in Enfield

Laws which make discrimination illegal at all stages of employment including hiring, wages, and termination policies, all apply to Enfield citizens. Individuals who live in the city of Enfield are required to follow laws which employers from discriminating based on specific classes. These classes include race, gender, disability, national origin, and age.

Employment discrimination claims are often heard by an administrative agency like the EEOC. Additionally, some attorneys are specialists in the discrimination field.

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Life in Enfield

Enfield, Connecticut is a town located in Hartford County. Its current estimated population is about 46,000. Enfield, like many cities in North America, has a human history that predates by thousands of years the arrival of European settlers. Enfield, for example, was populated by Pocomtuc Tribe for thousands of years. European colonists did not arrive until 1878. It was incorporated a few years later. Until 1749, Enfield, Connecticut was legally part of Massachusetts. However, the settlement of a lawsuit brought about by a surveyor's error led to Enfield seceding from the Massachusetts colony, and becoming part of Connecticut. Modernly, Enfield and the surrounding areas are home to several natural attractions, such as parks, rivers, and hiking trails. Enfield is a fairly prosperous community, with the median family income being about ,000. Furthermore, less than 4% of the population of Enfield, Connecticut lives below the poverty line. If you are facing a legal problem in Enfield, Connecticut, no matter how large or small, it is always a good idea to seek the advice of an Enfield, Connecticut lawyer. The lawyers in Enfield, Connecticut are ready to help prospective clients with whatever legal issues they're likely to face.

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