Heather Becker Discusses Key Developments in Labor and Employment Laws in Crain’s Chicago Business Labor and Employment Law Roundtable Discussion
Laner Muchin Partner Heather Becker provided a detailed analysis on significant employment law developments in 2022, as well as strategies for employers to attract and retain talent in response to the Great Resignation in a recent Crain’s Chicago Business Roundtable Discussion on labor and employment law.
In the discussion, Heather examined recent key changes to employment laws and regulations, and important considerations for employers with respect to the Great Resignation, including:
- Perspectives for employers regarding new compliance laws
- Illinois’ new pay transparency requirements in the Equal Pay Act
- Shifting employee priorities since the onset of the pandemic
- Attracting and retaining top talent in a competitive hiring environment
- Improving recruitment processes and procedures to fill vacancies
To read Heather’s full analysis in Crain’s 2022 Labor and Employment Law Roundtable Discussion, click here.
Heather represents public and private sector employers before federal and state courts and administrative agencies in all types of employment litigation. She provides counseling services to her clients to help them develop policies and procedures that minimize legal risk, implement best practices to improve employee relations and advance practical solutions to resolve complex employment disputes.
Firm Profile: Laner Muchin, Ltd. concentrates exclusively in the representation of employers in labor relations, employment litigation, employee benefits and business immigration matters. The firm provides legal services to clients from coast to coast.