Jacksonville Employment Attorneys

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What is the Law Regarding Employment in Jacksonville?

Employment law in Jacksonville governs relationships between employer and employees, and independent contractors. This area of law regulates such employment issues as hiring procedures, wage amounts, and termination. Employment law in Jacksonville should be understood by employers and employees.

"At-Will" vs. Contract Employment Terms

Most forms of work relationships are "at-will", though in some circumstances the employer and employee will have an employment contract for a limited period of time. "At-will" employment means that either the employer or the employee can terminate the position at any given time, even without a specific reason, so long as the termination does not violate the law When the parties use an employment contract, the terms of employment will be regulated by their state and federal laws, as applied to people living in Jacksonville.

Anti-Discrimination laws in Jacksonville

Jacksonville citizens must abide by laws which make discrimination illegal at all phases of employment, including hiring workers, wage disputes, and terminating procedures. Residents of Jacksonville are regulated by laws which make it illegal to discriminate against members of certain categories. These categories include race, age, gender, national origin, disability, and religion.

A claim regarding discrimination may be heard at an administrative agency like EEOC. Many lawyers specialize in the field of employment discrimination.

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Life in Jacksonville

Jacksonville is part of Onslow County, North Carolina. Per the 2010 census, it has a population of 70,145 people. An interesting fact is that Jacksonville is the youngest city in the United States because its age is only 22.8 years. Jacksonville also has a large military presence, and is home to the United States Marine Corps' Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune and the Marine Corps Air Station New River.

Some famous people who have been residents are Ryan Adams, Art Bell, Levi Brown, Edward B. Dudley, David Green, Sara Hickman, Marcus Jones, Dian Parkinson, Danielle Peck, and Quincy Monk.

Many attorneys practice in Jacksonville. The attorneys are either solo practitioners or a part of a law firm. Either way, they focus on providing their clients with excellent legal services.

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