Our Employee Legal Rights : The $hit We Need To Know

S2:Ep 16

Our Employee Legal Rights: The $hit We Need To Know?

Listen Linda Listen……

I sat down with Mike Coles, an attorney with The Coles Firm, for an in depth discussion around our rights as employees and side hustlers.

Mike discusses the Five Myths of Employment Contracts and we take a deep dive on several scenarios that we find ourselves in everyday.

This is a conversation you don’t want to miss…. especially if you are like me…. and have never asked for your counter signed document back after accepting a new job offer.

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Mike Coles is an attorney with The Coles Firm, based in Dallas, Texas.  He has over 20 years of experience representing employees and employers in a wide variety of employment law and business matters.  He received his Bachelor’s and law degrees from Duke University before moving to Dallas to begin his legal career. In addition to representing employers and employees he also is a certified mediator and is regularly appointed by the judges of Dallas County to mediate cases.

Connect with Mike at ColesFirm.com and on LinkedIn

*Disclaimer – The materials in this episode are for informational purposes only and are not legal advice. You should not act or rely on any information from this episode without seeking advice from an attorney licensed to practice law in your jurisdiction. Neither the Trill MBA Show, Mike Coles, nor use of information from this episode creates an attorney-client relationship.

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