Brooks Pierce Attorneys Present Webinar on Utilizing Temporary Staffing Agencies
Brooks Pierce attorneys Natalie Sanders and Bryan Starrett presented a webinar on using staffing or temp agencies on Sept. 22. SHRM credit was offered for this webinar.
The presentation, “Using Temporary Staffing Agencies: Insights, Potential Legal Risks and Best Practices,” identified potential areas of legal risk and suggested ways to avoid pitfalls when working with these agencies. The webinar also detailed joint employer standards, health and safety considerations, and important contract provisions.
To access a recording of the webinar, click the link below.
Sanders provides counsel and defense to businesses in all aspects of the employment relationship. Her 25 years of experience as an attorney, operations manager, entrepreneur, and community volunteer allow her to relate well to management and provide nuanced guidance in complex matters. Sanders regularly advises clients on how to remain compliant with state and federal regulations and how to best position themselves against future litigation as they navigate the complexities of tasks such as these: investigating workplace misconduct, preparing employment and non-compete agreements, terminating employees, drafting policies, updating handbooks, promoting diversity and inclusion, avoiding discrimination and harassment claims, and handling corporate restructuring.
Starrett advises employers and HR professionals on a variety of employment-related matters, including wage and hour issues, employment contracts and policies, employee privacy matters and workplace investigations. During his time working in-house for a newly formed public company, he created and implemented human resources and employment-related policies and procedures, and served as a day-to-day counselor for human resources in retail, distribution, and office settings. Starrett also represents employers in all levels of state and federal courts in employment-related litigation, including actions involving non-competition agreements, wage and hour litigation, discrimination actions and other matters.