Representing Spokane Employees for Nearly Four Decades
Having worked as both a mediator and an arbitrator, attorney Stanley A. Kempner Jr. knows firsthand how difficult it can be to address employment law issues. In the world of business, everything comes down to numbers — even your employment status. Don’t let a work dispute impact the future stability of your family. Align yourself with a trusted, knowledgeable employment lawyer today.
There’s No Place for Discrimination
It may be 2016, but workplace discrimination is alive and kicking in the United States of America. Fortunately, state and federal laws prohibit employers from engaging in discrimination on the basis of age, sex, race, ethnicity, sexual identity and/or sexual orientation. To learn more about protecting your civil rights, contact Stanley A. Kempner Jr. Attorney at Law now.
Unemployment Benefits & Appeals for Those Who Need it Most
Losing a job can have devastating consequences on your family’s ability to maintain the quality of life to which you’ve all grown accustomed. If you are currently in need of legal assistance regarding a case involving Washington unemployment benefits and/or appeals, contact Spokane’s trusted employment lawyer now.
Helping Spokane Employees Ovecome Sexual Harassment
Sexual harassment is a stain on the conscience of anyone who engages in such hurtful — not to mention illegal — behavior. Regardless of whether this harassment takes the form of verbal assaults, physical discomfort or blatant sexual advances, attorney Stanley A. Kempner is here to help you obtain the outcome you deserve.
Resolving Wage & Hour Disputes Since 1987
A decent living wage isn’t exactly asking for much, and yet far too many Washington employers continue to shortchange their employees. If you need assistance resolving wage and/or hour disputes — i.e. vacation time, meal and rest breaks, etc. — call Spokane County’s committed employment law attorney today.
Whistleblower Protection for Spokane Employees
You shouldn’t face retaliation for exposing corruption and/or illegality, regardless of whether the perpetrator happens to be an authority figure. Under the Washington State Whistleblower Program, public workers who come forth with damning information are protected from the wrath of their superiors. Call now for more information.
Working Toward an Equitable Severance Agreement
Losing your job leads to a multitude of difficult choices. Questions concerning your child’s schooling and extracurricular opportunities — to say nothing of putting food on the table — are enough to lead a person to despair. Don’t panic — attorney Stanley A. Kempner Jr. is here to help.
Protecting Your Rights After Wrongful Termination
While most positions in the state of Washington follow the “at-will” employee/employer relationship, there are certain instances in which you may file a wrongful termination suit. To learn more about your options and how best to proceed, call Stanley A. Kempner Jr. Attorney at Law now.
Experienced Assistance with Employment Agreements
Employment contracts are written documents signed by both a Washington employer and their employee. These agreements typically explain the employee’s benefits, job obligations and duration of employment (if applicable). For help navigating an employment agreement, consult Mr. Kempner as soon as possible.
Individualized Defense for Family & Medical Leave Act (FMLA) Employees
The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) provides eligible Washington state employees with 12 weeks of unpaid leave. This leave may be used to care for a sick or injured family member, or to seek personal treatment for a chronic injury and/or illness. Learn more today.
Here to Help You.
Don’t let a work-related issue impact your daily happiness and future security. In a community as open-minded as Spokane, there’s simply no place for discrimination, harassment and wrongful termination, to say nothing of situations involving contentious wage disputes and severance agreements. Call attorney Stanley A. Kempner Jr. now to receive the attention you deserve.