Your Workforce. Our Business.®  Today's workplace is constantly evolving, presenting a host of new challenges for employers. Artificial intelligence, remote and hybrid work arrangements, and the gig economy continue to change how and where employees work. Meanwhile, social movements are shaping policy changes that impact every facet of the employment relationship. At Epstein Becker Green, we focus on these changes every day.

Our Employment, Labor & Workforce Management practice is one of the largest and most respected in the United States. Employers across all industries, particularly financial services, hospitality, retail, technology, health care, and life sciences, turn to us to help them manage their workplace risks, protect their company’s reputation, and boost their bottom line.

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Solutions Tailored to Your Business Needs

No two workforces are alike. Hospitals grapple with different labor concerns than hotels. A tech company incentivizes its talent differently than a financial services firm. We’ve worked alongside general counsel and HR teams in hundreds of workplaces. We know the language, culture, operations, and compensation structures of each industry to pinpoint what drives employer-employee relationships. Clients value our commitment to understanding their specific business goals and our ability to develop workplace practices that resonate with their unique workforce needs.

We’re on Your Team

We serve as business partners to clients, supporting them in managing their workforces (whether unionized or non-unionized) and helping them stay compliant with ever-evolving employment, labor, workforce management, and benefits laws and rules. Our lawyers have handled every type of problem that can arise within an employment relationship. We help domestic and global businesses quickly spot and fix potential problems in their policies, procedures, and workplaces. We also regularly resolve conflicts in and out of court with minimal disruption to a client’s business.

Manage Large Workforces with Confidence

Managing large workforces across many states and jurisdictions can be overwhelming. We draw on diverse experience in law, business, and government to help busy HR teams stay informed about rapidly changing workplace laws and regulations. Clients benefit from our extensive training options and thought leadership updates for preventive best practices concerning anti-harassment and discrimination, diversity and inclusion, workplace accommodations, leaves of absence, hiring, onboarding, terminations, employee mobility, and more.

Stay Ahead of the Curve with Our Enforcement Perspective

Our industry reputation attracts numerous former government officials with policy and enforcement experience to practice at our firm. They use their deep knowledge of regulatory agencies to explain and interpret key rules and anticipated changes affecting our clients’ workplace decisions. Our lawyers have held leadership roles while serving the following government entities:

  • Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
  • National Labor Relations Board
  • U.S. Congress
  • U.S. Department of Labor
  • U.S. Department of Justice
  • The White House
  • State and local agencies regulating labor-management relations

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