Bloomberg Law taps FisherBroyles employment partner Eric B. Meyer to identify the red flags employers may miss when laying off workers.

Jan 31, 2023
  • Employment Law
  • FisherBroyles News

“An increasing number of companies have announced mass layoffs in recent weeks as a predicted recession looms, raising the threat of costly bias lawsuits where workers allege these employment decisions disproportionately hurt members of protected groups,” writes Bloomberg Law’s J. Edward Moreno.

FisherBroyles employment partner Eric B. Meyer comments on the importance of employers not sugar-coating their reason(s) for ending employment.

You can read the full article quoting Eric here.

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