What Employment Benefits & Premiums Am I Entitled To?

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What Employment Benefits & Premiums Am I Entitled To?

There are few things more important than the benefits that an employer provides his or her employees with, which is why if you have any questions regarding your employee benefits package, or you believe you’ve been wrongfully denied employment benefits or premiums, you should speak with our experienced Atlanta employment agreements attorney today. We are here to help ensure you receive your rightful pay.

Common Employment Benefits & Premiums

Depending on the company you work for, you may be eligible for various types of employment benefits and premiums. Some of the most common terms included in employee benefits packages are as follows:

  • Paid Time Off: Frequently, employee benefits packages will entail a certain amount of paid time off every year for certain employees. If your contract said you get “x” amount of sick days, vacation days, etc., and you believe your employer violated those terms by denying you the PTO you are entitled to, you may have a valid claim against your employer.
  • Health Insurance: As you know, receiving health insurance benefits from a company is almost as important as your yearly salary. Without health insurance, you will have to pay for all medical visits out-of-pocket. The same is true for dental or vision insurance. If you are being wrongfully denied health, dental, or vision insurance, our firm is here to help.
  • 401(k)s: Many companies offer 401(k)s and other retirement plans to their employees. Unfortunately, there are times when employees discover that they have not been provided the full extent of the benefits to which they are entitled in these plans, and if you are one of them, you may have a claim against your employer.

Rather obviously, healthcare benefits, paid time off, and more are all extremely important benefits, and if you believe that you’re being wrongfully denied them, you must proceed with a knowledgeable Atlanta employment rights attorney who can fight for your rights. Our competent legal team has handled countless cases regarding contract disputes in the employment setting over the years, and we are ready to put that knowledge and experience to work for you as well.


To discuss your employment law case with a legal team you can trust, please do not hesitate to contact Ben Barrett Law today.

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