Employment Law Videos

With over 50 years of combined experience, Rodman Employment Law provides legal support to Massachusetts employers and employees faced with workplace disputes. Not only will we advocate for your best interests as if they were our own, but we will equip you with the legal knowledge and practical steps you need to navigate a variety of litigation scenarios. Browse our video library below to find out answers to some commonly asked questions we get at Rodman Employment Law.

Pregnancy in the Workplace

Excited for your new addition but apprehensive about breaking the news to your employer? Don’t let your anxiety sabotage the joy of this special moment. Though every pregnant employee must decide how and when to share their pregnancy news with their boss, there are some general rules of thumb to follow when having this conversation.

Advocating for Equal Pay

If you’ve been noticing pay inequalities based on gender, it might be time to ask your employer for a raise. But you might be feeling nervous about how they’ll respond. Rodman Employment Law has rounded up 5 tips to help you broach the subject with confidence and poise.

Severance Agreement Strategies

Did your MA employer recently eradicate your position or terminate your employment? Don’t be so eager for your next chapter that you neglect to thoroughly review the severance agreement before signing it. Here are three things to know before you sign this document.

Workplace Retaliation Basics

Curious about what workplace retaliation is and if it’s lawful? Wondering what workplace retaliation looks like? You’re in the right place! Join us as we explain this common employment law issue.

More Questions? Not a Problem!

Give us a call if you have any additional questions about the topics featured in the videos or about an employment law situation that you currently find yourself in. We’re here to help you stay sane and protect your rights as you pursue legal action to bring about a positive resolution to your MA employment law case.

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