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3 Employer Pitfalls in Donning and Doffing Policies
Posted 10.10.13
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Natalie F. Hrubos
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Donning and doffing is a hot area of wage and hour law that often leads to class and collective actions and, as a result, creates significant potential liability and litigation costs for employers. As I explain in a recent article for Law360, to minimize risk in this area, employers should consider three legal pitfalls associated with the donning and doffing activities of their employees. Click here to read the full article.

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About Natalie F. Hrubos
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Natalie F. Hrubos represents and counsels management clients in all aspects of labor and employment law. Her litigation experience ranges from single plaintiff employment discrimination cases to multi-state wage and hour class and collective actions. Ms. Hrubos also counsels and trains management on a wide range of employment law matters, including wage and hour compliance, personnel policies and procedures, and diversity and inclusion initiatives.