Four Employer Considerations for Mental Health and Employment Law in 2020

Tuesday, February 18 Published Works

In the past decade, there has been a significant increase in the number of claims stemming from allegations of discrimination or retaliation as a result of mental health conditions. The law of mental health of employees will continue to increase and evolve. Employment and labor attorney Tawny Alvarez discusses Four Employer Considerations for Mental Health and Employment Law in 2020 in her article published on ConstructionExec.com.

To read the full article, visit ConstructionExec.com here.

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