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Confident Handling Of Employment Law Matters For Employees And Employers

At Randle & Randle Attorneys At Law, LLC, we represent employees and employers throughout complicated employment law matters. Civil rights lawyer Patricia A. Randle not only has more than 30 years of legal experience, but she also spent many years resolving major employment law matters for the federal government. Her extensive experience in this field allows her to present a comforting and rewarding MEAL to each client as she provides effective guidance to both employers and employees. She will Mediate, Educate, Advocate and Litigate on your behalf.

“When two or more touch and agree to a thing, we know He hears us, and if He hears us, He will give us the desires of our hearts.” – Matthew 18:19

Proactive And Preventative Measures For Employers

At our law firm, we emphasize proactive planning as a way to avoid potentially harmful disputes with employees. Employment lawyer Patricia A. Randle has the experience to protect your business with important methods, including:

  • Reviewing important contracts and agreements
  • Reviewing your policies to ensure they are effective and legal
  • Reviewing employee handbooks
  • Educating your supervisors and managers on workplace rights and responsibilities
  • Activating and reactivating cooperative Labor and Management Committees
  • Guiding you through progressive discipline methods

Protecting Employees Who Were Treated Unfairly Or Illegally

No one should ever feel unsafe in his or her workplace. Although laws prohibit certain behavior like harassment and discrimination, they continue to be present in many work environments. We understand how intimidating it can be to take legal action against your employer, but we will help you stand up for your rights. We handle all types of employment law matters, including:

  • Discrimination for race, ethnicity, gender, religion, age, pregnancy or disability
  • Harassment, including sexual harassment and nonsexual harassment
  • Wrongful discharge
  • Retaliation
  • Failure to accommodate

Call Us Today To Schedule A Consultation

To begin discussing your employment law issue, please email us or call our office at 301-446-2170.