Preparing Our Clients for What's Ahead
Being committed to our clients means staying on the forefront of innovation. Whether through our go-to resources or enhanced technology, we go above and beyond.
With hybrid work models here to stay in 2022, employers need dynamic training solutions. Epstein Becker Green’s e-learning course, Halting Harassment: Rules of the Road for a Respectful and Inclusive Workplace, provides virtual training through your learning management system wherever employees may be located—in the workplace or at home.
Halting Harassment® is compliant with employee training requirements in California, Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Maine, and New York, including New York City. Scenarios specific to virtual work and the health care setting assist employers in maintaining a welcoming, inclusive, and respectful environment.
Highest accreditation for cloud security and information
The security of our sensitive client data is paramount. As one of the first law firms in the country to achieve ISO/IEC 27017:2015 certification, we’ve achieved industry targets for safe and effective cloud services. For the past four years, we’ve also maintained ISO/IEC 27001:2013 certification of our Information Security Management System (ISMS).
This accomplishment demonstrates our investment in and dedication to information security, as well as our priority to protect our clients’ sensitive information.
"Adding ISO 27017 takes our information security to the next level, one that few organizations or law firms have reached."
Telemental Health Laws App
Each year, we update our app and survey of federal and state telehealth laws, regulations, and policies for mental/behavioral health practitioners and stakeholders. In 2022, the Biden administration prioritized access to mental health care services by expanding funding through the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2022. However, we found that this greater government support and attention came at a price: higher risk of fraud and abuse enforcement.
Wage & Hour Guide for Employers App
This year, we celebrated a decade of bringing clients an easy-to-navigate app that puts federal and state wage and hour laws at the fingertips of employers, in-house counsel, and human resources personnel. Wage and hour law is always evolving. No fewer than 26 states increased their minimum wage in 2022. Our annual update to the app, available for iPhone, iPad, and Android devices, reflects these and other significant wage and hour changes.