Work has transformed—mobile accessibility, flexible work schedules and a global, round-the-clock mentality continue to shape how employers manage their workflow and workforce.
Developing workplace policies sets the tone for how your business operates and evolves. Well-crafted procedures promote priorities and encourage new behaviors.
If left untouched, though, poorly planned policies and procedures can lead to costly and damaging disputes. We’ve seen the benefits of proactive planning and training and help our clients hone best practices in the workplace.
How it works:
Taking the time to understand how your workplace functions, we draw from your culture to develop employment practices that strengthen your business goals. We’re there from start to finish, guiding you through the entire employee life cycle.
From creating employment handbooks, to offering advice and counsel, to providing training on emerging trends, we’re on call to provide accessible and real-world advice 24/7.
SHRM | June 12, 2017
San Francisco labor and employment partner Seth Neulight is quoted in this article about summer dress code policies.
Rochester Business Journal | June 09, 2017
Rochester labor and employment partner Stephanie Caffera contributed this article on NLRA employee protections for vulgar tirade.
Rhode Island Lawyers Weekly | June 01, 2017
Providence labor and employment partner Andrew Prescott provides commentary in this article about Rhode Island’s Hawkins-Slater Medical Marijuana Act, which bars employers from refusing to hire someone if he or she uses medical marijuana.
New Hampshire Business Review | May 31, 2017
Manchester office managing partner Andrew Share authored this column about ten issues businesses should consider regarding employee and company use of social media.
Law360 | May 17, 2017
Long Island labor and employment associate Alex Gallin is quoted in this article about four things employers need to consider before firing an employee over offensive speech.
Human Resources Executive | May 08, 2017
Boston labor and employment partner David Rosenthal is quoted in this article about considerations human resources executives should make regarding harassment hotlines for employees.
Credit Union Journal | February 14, 2017
San Francisco labor and employment partner Jeff Tanenbaum provides commentary in this article about relationships in the workplace and what HR departments need to keep in mind.
Bloomberg Daily Labor Report | December 28, 2016
Providence labor and employment partner Neal McNamara is noted as representing Southwest in this article about recent developments in a lawsuit filed by a Southwest employee claiming that she was subjected to retaliation and a hostile work environment after she complained about her husband’s affair with her supervisor.
Newsday | October 02, 2016
Long Island Labor & Employment partner Chris Gegwich provides commentary in this piece that discusses the need for all companies—no matter how small—to have polices in place to prevent sexual harassment.
Newsday | August 08, 2016
Long Island Labor & Employment partner Chris Gegwich provides commentary in this article that discusses the type of policies employers should use as guidelines for personal mobile phone use in the workplace.
Law360 | May 05, 2016
Chicago Labor & Employment partner Brian Alcala provides third-party commentary in this feature story that looks at lessons learned from the National Labor Relations Board’s heightened scrutiny of employee handbooks.
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