Learn how best to support your employees that are in the process of a divorce.
Corporations are losing millions of dollars every year due to decreased productivity from employees experiencing divorce. As the U.S. Census Bureau's American Community Survey estimates that half of all marriages end in divorce, many employees at your company are likely part of that statistic. In addition, when a worker is experiencing divorce, they're more likely to have increased conflict with others and miss more workdays due to court. There is a crossroads when it comes to work and family crises, including divorce, and there is a duty of human resources departments to support their employees who are experiencing it. This topic will help HR professionals learn the best ways to support divorcing employees and offer resources to help them during the process, including divorce leave. This material will also share details about alternative process options, such as collaborative divorce and negotiation, which are proceedings that keep divorcing spouses out of court. By sharing this information, employees can avoid lengthy courtroom battles, be at work more, and be productive and focused. This information is essential for employers that are losing money as a result of decreased productivity and support their employees during divorce as an added work benefit.
Ashley-Nicole Russell, Esq.
AN|R Law: A Negotiated Resolution
- Owner and attorney for AN|R Law: A Negotiated Resolution in North Carolina; co-owner of Michael and Russell, PLLC in Wilmington; and co-owner of McLawhorn and Russell, PLLC in Raleigh
- Focuses on collaborative family law and alternative dispute resolution proceedings to manage conflict
- Featured in Forbes and The Washington Post as an expert in collaborative divorce and staying out of court
- Named a Leader in the Law by North Carolina Lawyers Weekly, Super Lawyer Rising Star by Super Lawyer
- Author of “The Cure for Divorce Culture” and host of the “Divorce, Healthy!” podcast
- National Board Member for National Parents Organization; founding board member of the North Carolina Collaborative Attorney Network; Vice President of the Carteret Country Bar Association
- J.D. degree, North Carolina Central University; B.S. degree in political science and B.S. degree in criminal justice, Appalachian State University; certificate in dispute resolution from the Dispute Resolution Institute
- Can be contacted at 252-702-4376 or [email protected]
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