Over the past year, organizations have faced major disruptions caused by the coronavirus pandemic, affecting employees, clients, partners, and others. Now, as organizations plan to reopen, they face a new challenge: how to prepare to return to a changing workplace.
Join us for an informative Stronger Together webinar focused on employee laws relevant to the pandemic and re-entering the workplace. Our expert panelist, Samantha Pungprakearti, will present an update on HR laws and regulations, how they will impact nonprofit organizations during the pandemic, and their impact as we transition from work-from-home to work-in-the office. Moderated by CVNL CEO Linda Jacobs, this webinar will include vital HR information and a chance for you to ask questions. If you are a nonprofit leader grappling with workforce challenges, this is a timely opportunity.
About the presenter:
Samantha Pungprakearti is a litigation attorney and associate at Carle Mackie Power and Ross, LLP, focusing on employment law and business disputes. Ms. Pungprakearti is a vigorous advocate in and out of Court with extensive experience in all phases of litigation, including depositions and mediations. Before coming to the firm, she was a partner in what is now Quintana Hanafi, LLP in San Francisco, California. Ms. Pungprakearti has deep experience in representing clients in employment matters, including cases involving discrimination (disability, sexual orientation, sex, HIV status, race, national origin, etc.), retaliation, CFRA/FMLA leave issues as well as a panoply of wage and hour claims. Beyond litigation, Ms. Pungprakearti takes great pride in advising clients on employment matters, to make California a better place to work and do business. Ms. Pungprakearti has been honored as a “Rising Star” by Super Lawyers Magazine every year from 2013 to 2019. Samantha is a member of the Sonoma County Bar Association and a past member of the California Employment Lawyers Association, San Mateo County Bar Association, and San Francisco Trial Lawyers Association. Samantha also sits on the CVNL Board of Directors.