Changes in the workplace starts with technology which goes hand and hand with an increased demand for flexible working arrangements.
There are a lot of changes in the workplace that start with technology. Many employees have a company laptop or cell phone so wherever the employee is they can be reached by their employer. With that technology change comes the ability to work anywhere for certain types of positions. Enter the idea of telecommuting, flexible schedules and flexible hours. This video reviews changing and expanding technology, changes to demographics, and the ever growing interest in flexible working arrangements.
Holly E. Courtney
Michael Best & Friedrich LLP
- Senior Associate at Michael Best & Friedrich LLP
- Concentrates her practice on labor and employment disputes and counsel; as a litigator, she mounts forceful and persuasive defenses before federal and state courts and administrative agencies on behalf of employers; as an advisor, she helps management develop and maintain compliant employee policies
- Focus includes issues related to discrimination, including harassment and retaliation; drug and alcohol testing; employee leave; wage and hour law; workers’ compensation; unemployment insurance; The National Labor Relations Act; restrictive covenants; employee handbooks and policies and separation and severance agreements
- Before joining the firm, she was a judicial intern to the Hon. David T. Prosser, Jr. with the Wisconsin Supreme court and later to the Hon. Richard J. Sankovitz of the Milwaukee County Circuit Court; she has also served as a mediator in the Milwaukee County Circuit Court Small Claims Division
- J.D. degree, cum laude, Marquette University Law School; B.A. degree, University of Wisconsin-Madison
- Can be contacted at608-283-0121 or [email protected]
Miguel A. Manriquez
Michael Best & Friedrich LLP
- Labor and employment relations attorney at Michael Best & Friedrich LLP
- Practice includes matters relating to labor relations, contract negotiations, and labor and employment litigation
- His counsel is informed by insights and knowledge gained from prior work at the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB)
- Has spoken on topics such as the Wisconsin right-to-work laws and the National Labor Relations Act and protected concerted activity
- J.D. degree, University of California, Berkeley, School of Law; B.A. degree in political science, cum laude, University of California-Berkeley
- Can be contacted at 608-257-3062 or [email protected]
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