Staffing is a major cost center for most of our health care clients. Our health care and employment attorneys work closely to advise on hiring and termination issues, as well as other traditional employment issues such as Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) complaints and discrimination claims, harassment, wage and hour laws, workers compensation and employment agreements and how such issues may be different for employers in the health care industry.
Our Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation team has experience providing strategic counsel to hospitals and large health systems on employment, change in control and separation arrangements for senior executives as well as on all types of cash and equity-based compensation arrangements and provides clients with well-seasoned guidance on the advantages and disadvantages to a broad spectrum of benefit plan designs for employees.
Achieved favorable confidential settlement at mediation on behalf of healthcare provider resolving litigation concerning race and national origin discrimination and retaliation claims in the Northern District of Georgia.
- May 6, 2016
- If Being "Proactive" is a Management Objective, This is a Good Year Paul C. Munger
- EEOC Provides Transgender Compliance Wish List for Employers Shawntel R. Hebert
- Are You Compliant With Your I-9 Responsibilities? Randy C. Gepp
- Employers Beware: Overtime Rules are Set to Significantly Increase Number of Protected Employees Bryan F. Jacoutot
- NLRB Strikes Whole Foods Market's Policies Prohibiting Employees' Workplace Audio/Video Recordings Joseph W. Bryan
- FMLA Master Class: Georgia - Advanced Skills for Employee Leave Management Glianny Fagundo, Raanon Gal, Shawntel R. Hebert
- Georgia Supreme Court Ruling May Spawn Back Pay Claims by Thousands of Home Care Workers Shawntel R. Hebert
- DOL Pumps the Brakes on Proposed Changes to Overtime Rules Joseph M. English
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