Experienced Employment Law Advocacy For Arizona

Employment Law

Phoenix Employment Law Attorney

When you have been treated unfairly at work, your whole life can be affected. If you are being subjected to harassment or discrimination in the workplace, you may dread going to work, even though it is essential to provide for your family and meet your obligations.

At the Law Office of Elliot S. Isaac, P.C., we have over 30 years of experience in all aspects of employment law. We represent clients throughout Phoenix and the surrounding communities. Contact us to schedule a free initial consultation.

We represent employees in all types of employment law disputes, including:

  • Wrongful termination. If you have been fired, whether in breach of an employment contract or in violation of state or federal law, we can help you seek full and fair compensation, as well as reinstatement, if that is your objective.
  • Employment discrimination. If you have been treated differently in any aspect of your employment based on race, color, sex, gender, sexual orientation, age, or any other characteristic protected by state or federal law, we will advocate to recover compensation for the discrimination and to put an end to the unfair treatment.
  • Harassment. If a co-worker, supervisor or another individual in your employment has offered a job-related benefit in exchange for sexual favors or if your employer has allowed unwanted advances or improper sexual references, you may have a claim for harassment. We will evaluate your claim and protect your interests.
  • Wage and Overtime claims. If your employer has failed to pay you for time worked, has paid you standard wages when you were entitled to overtime, or has required that you work extra time without pay, we can help you obtain recovery under state and federal laws. We can help you collect unpaid wages, commissions, bonuses, vacation pay and severance.
  • Severance agreements. If you have been terminated, we can help you negotiate a fair severance agreement and can represent you if your employer fails to abide by the terms of the severance agreement.
  • Covenants not to compete. If your employer required that you sign an unreasonable covenant not to compete as a condition of your employment, we can protect your right to gainful employment if you have been fired or have left the company voluntarily.
  • Confidentiality agreements. We can review confidentiality agreements before you sign them or litigate to ensure the fair application of any agreement you signed.
  • EEOC charges, Attorney General charges, mediations and investigations. We handle all matters before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and Attorney General, including mediations and investigations.

We also work with employees in nonlitigation situations. We can review, negotiate and draft an employment contract for you. We can help evaluate your rights and responsibilities under an employee handbook, including provisions that require arbitration.

Contact Us

For experienced representation in all employment law matters, call 602-350-9392 or contact our office online. We offer a free initial consultation to all prospective clients.