Labor & Employment

Helping companies build great workplaces

The Chatterjee Legal Approach To
Labor & Employment

The workplace, and the notion of what makes a productive workplace, has changed drastically in recent years. From the numerous positive developments in ensuring workplaces free from discrimination, bias and harassment, to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on remote work and virtual collaboration, the modern workplace is undergoing a dynamic evolution, and the ways in which employers manage and interact with employees must keep up.

Chatterjee Legal’s Labor & Employment practice focuses on helping startups and other businesses create workplaces that are in-line with contemporary values, mores and ideas. As companies continue to place increasingly higher value on culture and identity, we take the extra effort to produce work product which offers not only strong legal protections and compliance, but also a view into the specific client’s brand aesthetics, culture and core values.

Fundamentally, we assist clients with offer letters, executive employment agreements, internship agreements, independent contractor agreements, confidentiality and IP rights agreements, employee handbooks, ad hoc policies and procedures, internal human resources documents, employee forms, termination and severance agreements, compensation planning, training and compliance program design, and more.

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While we primarily represent employers, we do, from time to time and on a case-by-case basis, represent individuals with respect to labor & employment matters.

Yes. This has been a very common request as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. The implementation of a “work-from-home” or remote work framework varies from company to company depending on the nature of the company’s business, and Chatterjee Legal’s Labor & Employment practice is able to assist clients in crafting a practical, tailored solution that fits their individual business needs.

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