Today’s business environment presents a new wave of HR, talent and organization challenges, priorities and opportunities. Navigating this environment—once considered an administrative function—has now become a critical aspect of running a successful business.
Drawing on our full-service employment law practice, Loeb’s Human Capital Management team leverages decades of experience representing employers in litigation, investigations, compliance and training to advise and provide practical, creative and effective business advice to companies seeking to deliver best-in-class people solutions.
Our seasoned team of lawyers partners with clients in nearly every industry on day-to-day legal workforce management needs, providing comprehensive counsel on everything from hiring best practices, employee training and handbooks, pay equity audits, wage and hour policies and audits, and diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) programs to alternative dispute resolution programs, executive compensation, reductions in force, and executive and workforce training on the most cutting-edge social and technological movements facing every workforce. From #MeToo to BLM, COVID-19 to the return to the office and the future of work, DEI to pay equity and transparency, and AI to privacy, the Human Capital Management team has extensive experience helping clients anticipate, respond to and achieve their most mission-critical people programs. The practice maintains and deploys a robust suite of training programs and best practices for the C-suite and the broader workforce. We also leverage our industry knowledge and extensive experience to provide counsel on and negotiate and draft the full range of agreements between employers and their employees, including employment agreements, confidentiality and restrictive covenant agreements, severance agreements, incentive compensation plans, and bonus and commission plans.
Working within the context of a dynamic corporate environment, our Human Capital Management team also regularly collaborates with our Corporate department to advise on transactional matters such as mergers and acquisitions, business combinations, C-suite transitions and other transactions that involve workforce management and reorganizations, providing valuable insight and due diligence on issues that may arise in advance of and after the deal closes.