As the nation transitions to a new presidential administration, employers should anticipate and plan for substantial changes to labor and employment laws. In light of the Democratic victories in the Georgia Senate runoff elections, employers are expected to encounter even more employee-friendly labor and employment law changes.
On Wednesday, February 3, 2021, Gunster’s Labor & Employment attorneys will host a webinar to address the most significant changes to labor and employment laws that employers should anticipate and plan for under the Biden Administration.
- Wage and Hour Laws
- Equal Employment, Pay Equity and Paid Leave
- Workplace Health and Safety
- Employee and Employer Classifications
- Employment-Related Agreements and Restrictive Covenants
Holly Griffin Goodman is a shareholder in the Employment Law practice group. She focuses her practice on counseling clients, from small businesses to large institutions, in everyday employment matters. Starting with the hiring process through discipline and termination, Holly’s goal is to help businesses manage their employees, and balance the interests of the business with obligations under federal, state, and local employment laws.
J. Anthony Nelson is an attorney in the firm’s Labor & Employment practice group. He concentrates his practice on employment disputes at the federal, state and local levels. Anthony graduated magna cum laude from the University of Illinois College of Law. While attending Illinois, he was a member of the Frederick Green Moot Court Team, where he competed nationally on behalf of the College of Law.