Questions from Your Employment Lawyer
Your employment lawyer will want to know about the hiring process
After your attorney learns basic information about you and the defendants, he will need information about how you were hired. He will ask you questions such as:
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- When where you hired? Who hired you?
- Did the employer:
- 1. make any promises or representations? If so, did his keep all of his promises?
- 2. neglect to mention information he or she had to tell you?
- For what position were you hired, and at what salary and benefits?
- Did you sign any offer letter, employment contract, or other documents (such as acknowledgment of Receipt of Employee Handbook, or Acknowledgment of Receipt of Arbitration Agreement)?
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Expect questions about your employment history
Your employment lawyer will also require information about your employment history, which includes:
- Raises, bonuses, promotions and awards
- Performance evaluations
- Demotions, suspensions, and disciplinary action
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