Clark Hill Member, Stephanie K. Rawitt, Published in The Legal Intelligencer, “Employment Law Issues Continue Forward Motion in 2019”
PHILADELPHIA, PA- Clark Hill Member Stephanie Rawitt was published in The Legal Intelligencer on January 24th, 2019. Her article, “Employment Law Issues Continue Forward Motion in 2019” addresses the hot topics of employment law in 2019.
Stephanie states, “Employment law issues in 2019 will mirror those of 2018. The past 12 to 18 months have brought a maelstrom of public attention to employment-related issues, including sexual harassment, structural inequity and disability as well as other workplace accommodations. These issues will unquestionably remain part of the employment law landscape in 2019 and beyond. Employers should be aware that not all of the pertinent employment issues are highly publicized, but all issues require attention and focus.”
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Stephanie K. Rawitt provides services and advice to employers on employment and labor matters. She represents a variety of clients including hospitals, public entities, non-profit organizations, private businesses, colleges, universities, and corporations.
Stephanie is a trusted advisor to both public and private companies. She works with Human Resources Departments to create, manage and maintain up-to-date employment policies and procedures to ensure that their companies are in compliance with Federal, State and Local laws. Stephanie advises employers on issues concerning statutory compliance with employment laws (such as the ADA, Title VII, the ADEA, FLSA, FMLA, Form I-9 Compliance and state wage laws). As part of her advisory service, she offers training programs on a full range of employment matters as well as assistance to personnel management on issues related to hiring, performance, assessment, monitoring, investigations, discipline, discharge, workforce reduction programs, affirmative action plans, and risk assessments.
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