FisherBroyles’ Employment Counsel and Partner Amy Epstein Gluck quoted in The Washington Post on the value of transparent discussions and flexibility in employers return to work policies.

Jul 22, 2021
  • Employment Law
  • FisherBroyles News

“For months, employers with remote workforces and their teleworking employees have been preparing their arguments for what the post-pandemic workplace should look like… Ideally, employers and employees should be transparent and willing to compromise on what they want from each other,” writes Karla Miller, columnist for The Washington Post. Contributing to the article, FisherBroyles employment partner and Employment Counsel Amy Epstein Gluck explains the value of having transparent discussions and being flexible while taking care to comply federal and state anti-discrimination laws such as the Americans with Disabilities Act, Age Discrimination in Employment Act, and the Family Medical Leave Act.

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