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What is Legal Assistance for employees?
Legal assistance for employees refers to the provision of legal support and guidance to employees facing work-related legal issues. It can include services such as advice on employment contracts, discrimination or harassment claims, wrongful termination, wage disputes, and other employment-related matters.
Legal assistance may be provided by in-house legal departments, employee assistance programs, or through partnerships with external law firms. The goal is to help employees understand their rights, navigate complex legal processes, and seek appropriate remedies or resolutions for their legal concerns within the employment context.
How it works?
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Employees get access to tools, assistant lawyers, and more.
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Why choose Mantra for Legal Assistance?
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Reduce employee stress
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Frequently Asked Questions
Employees can access legal assistance by contacting the designated legal assistance provider or department within the organization and following the established procedures for seeking legal support.
Legal assistance programs typically cover a range of employment-related issues, including discrimination, harassment, wrongful termination, wage and hour disputes, contract disputes, and workplace safety concerns.
The cost of legal assistance programs can vary depending on the employer’s policies. Some employers may cover the costs entirely, while others may require employees to contribute a portion or offer legal assistance as a voluntary benefit.
Confidentiality is crucial in legal assistance programs. Employees’ legal matters should be treated with utmost confidentiality, and information shared with the employer’s legal department or external legal providers should be protected under attorney-client privilege, unless required by law or for specific reporting purposes.
Legal assistance can benefit employers by promoting fair and compliant workplaces, reducing the risk of costly lawsuits, maintaining positive employee relations, and fostering a culture of trust and transparency. It can also help employers navigate complex legal issues and ensure compliance with employment laws.