Lauri Kavulich Published in The Legal Intelligencer
In this unprecedented time of work-from-home law firms and legal departments, it is crucial to find a way to keep employees motivated and engaged. Lauri Kavulich, member in charge of Clark Hill Philadelphia, outlines the best practices for keeping employees engaged during the work-from-home-period with several tips to create a remote law office that is both focused and productive.
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Kavulich is the Member-in-Charge of the Philadelphia and Wilmington offices of Clark Hill PLC. She specializes in employment law and represents both public and private employers, including railroads. Also, she represents employers in administrative and court proceedings filed under such statutes as the ADA, FMLA, Title VII, PHRA, ADEA, and FELA.
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