Speaker: Shay Zeemer Hable
For lessons in current employment law, don't learn the hard way! In this session, you can benefit from the lessons learned by other medical practices and employers..without the pain and burden of being the company that has been sued.
Hear employment attorney Shay Zeemer Hable discuss employment law trends that medical practice employers need to know. From her view " "in the trenches, " " she will also share actual situations that can and are happening in the medical practice.
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In many medical practices it is the office manager or administrator who wears the " "hat" " of the human resource manager. And, there is legal and monetary risk in not handling personnel situations correctly. Are you up to date on the various medical leave laws? What about strategies for making documentation work for you (and not against you)? Can you proactively handle personality conflicts that can turn into legal problems for you and the practice?
Listen and learn:
Meet our Expert Speaker:
Shay Zeemer Hable, an Associate with Powell, Goldstein in Atlanta, practices in the area of Labor and Employment Law. Her practice includes representing management in employment discrimination lawsuits in various state, federal and administrative jurisdictions, including race, sex, disability, family and medical leave, and other discrimination claims. Ms. Hable's litigation experience also includes contract and fraud disputes arising from employment and independent contractor relationships. Ms. Hable has practical experience defending clients in consolidated actions in multiple jurisdictions.
In addition to litigation matters,
Ms. Hable's practice encompasses a wide array of counseling in employment and related issues,
including review of employee handbooks and employment practices and policies. She has assisted clients involved in employment audits,
outsourcing and reorganizations. Ms. Hable has provided clients with guidance in employment disputes and investigations and drafted and reviewed enforceable employment contracts,
and separation agreements.
Finally, Ms. Hable regularly conducts employment law training on topics such as harassment, overtime, reductions-in-force, document management, and disability & medical leave issues.