As part of the Tools for Success webinar series, there will be a webinar held on the third Wednesday of each month from April through August. A complete list of dates can be found below:
- April 21 – Julie Proscia
- May 19 – Ryan Weckerly
- June 16 – Amanda Brinkman
- July 21 – Julie Shields
- August 18 – Bill Guertin
Julie Proscia - Return to Work: How to Navigate the Transition Successfully
Labor and Employment Practice Group-Partner
As vaccines become more readily available employers are bringing more and more of their workforce back to the office. This transition comes with its own host of challenges. This presentation will give employers the most up to date information regarding evolving issues including OSHA safety requirements, CDC and vaccine guidance, as well as, the challenge of how do deal with employees that refuse, have medical reasons or/are uncomfortable with returning to work. This presentation is essential to ensure that the transition moves smoothly, safely and in a compliant manner.
Julie Proscia provides labor and employment counsel that is outcome based. Before giving advice, she asks her clients what they want or need as the outcome to their matter; then skillfully crafts a pragmatic, business-centric solution to the issue. Julie actively navigates employers of all shapes and sizes through the legal pitfalls of the employment relationship from its inception at recruitment and hiring through the implementation of policies and procedures, and the conclusion of the relationship with the termination/separation process. When litigation becomes necessary, Julie aggressively advocates for clients in the areas of traditional labor and employment law, including but not limited to discrimination/retaliation cases, non-competition/non-solicitation enforcement, wage and hour litigation, and employment and labor arbitrations.
Finally, in addition to, and in concert with, her labor and employment practice, Julie assists a substantial number of not-for-profits with both their traditional employment issues, as well as the issues that arise before 501(c)(3) and 501 (c)(6) organizations. Julie’s not-for-profit practice includes training in board policies, procedures, and development, as well as counseling a defense.