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- Avoid negating an At-Will employee agreement when crafting a job description
- Choose language that will help to avoid discrimination claims
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- Include language that will help avoid Wage and Hour Claims
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William M. Betley
William Betley practices in all areas of employment law, including unlawful harassment, discrimination, wrongful termination, employee classification, and wage and hour. He also counsels and represents architects, engineers and subcontractors in all phases of construction planning, development, negotiation and litigation.
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