As an experienced White Plains Employment Lawyer I have dealt with situations where an employee of a non-profit cooperation or a large cooperation resigns. It could be that a foundation is in a situation where there is new leadership, and that person is asked to resign so that people can bring in their own individuals, while the person may have an employment contract which speaks to severance and payment for a period of time. A dispute arises as to how much is really due. This happens fairly frequently because at the end of the day no organization wants to pay money for work that is not done. They just don’t want to do it even if they are contracted to do it and what we do is review the agreement to work with that employee and to negotiate a resolution with the employer.
We have the perspective of representing both employers and employees, so we can have the insight to know the best way we can navigate this situation in a way that its favorable to the employee or the employer depending on who our client is.
Have you recently resigned from a position and not received agreed upon payments? If so, contact the experienced White Plains Employment Lawyer Jane Gould.
This informational blog post was provided by Jane Gould, an experienced White Plains Employment Lawyer.