Jennifer Grock focuses her practice on advising and counseling employers on all aspects of the employment relationship. She is dedicated to client service and believes in taking a proactive approach that emphasizes each client’s unique goals and risk tolerance.
Ms. Grock partners with management to advise on issues relating to the hiring process, terminations, leaves of absence, reasonable accommodations, harassment and discrimination, paid time off, and employee compensation. She strives to understand clients’ businesses and circumstances and assists in formulating thoughtful solutions to workplace issues. Ms. Grock advises clients across several industries, including hospitality, healthcare, real estate, construction, and retail. She conducts workplace investigations, provides workplace trainings, and drafts employment policies and agreements.
Ms. Grock’s experience includes representing employers in single plaintiff and class action employment disputes. She has defended employers in actions involving harassment, discrimination, wrongful termination, and wage and hour claims, and has litigated matters in state and federal courts. Ms. Grock develops preventative and collaborative strategies when advising clients on employment-related issues.
Ms. Grock closely follows legislative and legal developments in order to ensure her clients receive informed, timely, and tailored advice.
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Alerts & Articles
- SB 1162 Creates Additional Requirements for Pay Disclosure, Pay Data Reporting, and Record-keeping for California Employers10.03.2022
- California’s AB 152 Extends COVID-19 Supplemental Paid Sick Leave and Provides Small Business Relief10.03.2022
- Fair Credit Reporting Act Compliance: New California Court Opinion Clarifies the Stand-alone Disclosure RequirementLabor & Employment Law Blog, 05.24.2022
- California’s Department of Industrial Relations Issues the 2022 Supplemental Paid Sick Leave Model Notice and Frequently Asked QuestionsLabor & Employment Law Blog, 02.23.2022
- U.S. Supreme Court Stays Federal OSHA’s Large Employer COVID-19 Vaccine and Testing Mandate; CMS Mandate UpheldLabor & Employment Law Blog, 01.14.2022