Executives possess a wealth of knowledge. As they build track records of success and achievement, their experience and knowledge become valuable resources important to their employers. Employers hire lawyers and other professionals to protect their interests when negotiating employment terms and contracts with their executives and senior-level managers.
Doesn’t it make sense that it is important for executives and senior-level managers also to have experienced, quality legal representation to protect their own interests through all phases of employment?
This is particularly true when an executive or senior-level manager is making a job or career change due to promotion, relocation, reassignment, or transfer.
At the Law Offices of S. David Worhatch in Ohio, you will find an executive compensation lawyer who understands the importance of paying attention to the details that make the difference in protecting your career.
Being hired or promoted into a new executive position is exciting. It is critical to take a level-headed look at the options available to you. The Law Offices of S. David Worhatch can negotiate terms of your employment such as salary, title, duties, bonuses, and benefits at the time of hire to protect your interests and your security.
Negotiating the terms of your employment can eliminate some of the unknowns, such as being fired suddenly, and guarantee benefits such as relocation expenses, vacation pay, retirement plans, and executive severance pay packages.
Attorney S. David Worhatch has the hands-on experience executives and senior-level managers can rely on. Before forming his own law firm in 1989, Attorney S. David Worhatch was in-house counsel for two major companies in Northeast Ohio and handled all employment-related matters for those companies. He has negotiated more than 1,500 employment contracts and severance or separation agreements on behalf of both employers and employees.
This is the type of experience executives and senior-level managers look for when seeking help with executive compensation terms, employment contract negotiation, and addressing separation or severance packages.
Negotiating these terms is necessary not only at the time of hire, but also throughout the employment process. Shrewd negotiation is important for an executive who wants to modify the current terms of his or her employment. An employee may be offered another job from a competitor or want to periodically revisit their current employment situation. The Law Offices of S. David Worhatch is also familiar with the laws governing non-compete agreements.
If you are in the Akron or Cleveland area of Ohio and need the help of an executive compensation lawyer to understand and negotiate the terms and conditions of your employment relationship or the transition conditions associated with separation or severance agreements, contact The Law Offices of S. David Worhatch today.
Experienced with every aspect of employment law, I can help you protect your career potential and help you make major life transitions effectively to protect your legacy through estate and succession planning. Let me know how I can secure your future and help you make your dreams come true.