Clark Hill Attorney Lisa Reimbold Quoted in SHRM "Should Employers Pay Hazard Premiums During the Pandemic?"
Senior Attorney Lisa Reimbold of the Labor & Employment group was recently quoted in an article published today for the Society for Human Resource Management [SHRM]. The article, "Should Employers Pay Hazard Premiums During the Pandemic?" covers the rewards of providing hazard pay for employees, even for those who traditionally work in nonhazardous roles. Reimbold notes that legislation that may require hazard pay has been introduced in multiple states and should be monitored so that employers’ policies are in compliance. Click here for the full article.
Reimbold has represented clients in both litigation and non-litigation matters and has experience in general liability and employment litigation, including FEHA-related harassment, discrimination and retaliation lawsuits, ADA lawsuits, whistleblower claims, and wage and hour litigation. Lisa has performed employment investigations on sexual harassment claims, discrimination, and corruption claims for local governments. She has defended employers in civil service commission matters and before the labor commissioner. Reimbold also has experience conducting employee training seminars, including training on sexual harassment, social media in the work place, and the Public Records Act.
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