When an employee (or ex-employee) shows up at an attorney's office, it's because they feel like they've been wronged somehow, someway by their employer. But they don't always know exactly how they've been wronged.
Enter the Employee-Plaintiff's attorney.
This is someone who knows all the right questions to ask, across all facets of the employment relationship. They help the employee identify multiple issues -- even some of which the employee may have seemingly consented to (unofficially) during employment. The headache of lawsuits, mediation, trial ensue, and more work piles on the desks of HR managers.
These headaches can be avoided, but knowledge is key.
Join us for an inside look of what issues the Employee-Plaintiff's attorney hunts for when evaluating whether to support a client in a case against the employer. This seminar will aid HR managers to review their business' policies and practices so that they can make any necessary changes to remain compliant in employment law.
Topics will range from wage and hour issues, discrimination, harassment, negotiating severances, engaging in the interactive process, reasonable accommodations, and COVID-19 related issues.
Meet Our Speaker:
As the owner of Law Office of Glicel Sumagaysay, an Employment Law Firm, Glicel Sumagaysay represents private, public and federal workers in pre-litigation and litigation claims for wrongful termination; retaliation for reporting company illegal activity; disability, race, age and other discrimination; harassment; wage theft; and other wage claims.
Glicel helps small businesses prevent employment law violations by advising them regarding all stages of a worker engagement, including hiring, managing leave and other requests, employee disputes, performance, and separation, as well as policy creation and employment law updates.
Glicel is a longtime member of the California Employment Lawyers Association, and is a recent member of its committees for Elimination of Bias in the Judiciary and Worker Outreach; the Alameda County Bar Association and its Labor and Employment Section’s Executive Committee of which she has served as the Vice Chair and Chair; the Filipino Bar Association of Northern California; the National Filipino American Lawyers Association; and the Asian Pacific American Women Lawyers Alliance.