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Allan S. Billehus, LPC, CRC
3585 Raymond Drive
Atlanta GA USA
phone: 404-735-6900
Allan Billehus Vocational Rehabilitation Expert PhotoAllan Billehus, Ed.S., M.S., CRC, LPC, is an experienced Forensic Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor. He has been a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC) since 1996 and a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Georgia since 1999.

Mr. Billehus has worked with and performed a variety of psychological and vocational assessments on over 3,000 individuals. He has performed over 250 vocational evaluations, most of which were commissioned by the Georgia Department of Vocational Rehabilitation. He has completed over 400 comprehensive psychological evaluations on individuals applying for or already enrolled in the Developmental Disability Medicaid Waiver programs. Mr. Billehus has testified in over 1,000 Social Security Administrations ODAR Federal court in Georgia, Florida, Tennessee, South Carolina, and Arizona.

Litigation Support - Mr. Billehus provides litigation support services to counsel representing both Plaintiff and Defendant. He performs forensic evaluations of severely disabled persons for Personal Injury, Medical Malpractice, Products Liability, Age and Sex Discrimination, Wrongful Termination, Long Term Disability, Divorce, and Workers Compensation. He has vast experience working with paraplegics (SCI), quadriplegics, brain damaged babies, traumatic brain injuries (TBI), blindness, burn victims, and amputees.

Mr. Billehus is also familiar with the use of DOT, COJ, OOH, HAJ as well as Transferable Skills Analysis (pre and post injury), Earning Capacity Evaluation, and Labor Market Surveys. Vocational Evaluations performed include IQ, Achievement, Personality, motor skills / dexterity, work samples, and interests. He has also performed professional contracts in workers’ compensation, long-term disability, SSDI, SSI, Developmental Disability sheltered workshops and centers, private/public schools, hospitals, private companies, and state vocational services.

Areas of Expertise:
  • Vocational Evaluations
  • WOIA-IDEA Transition Planning
  • Disability Evaluation
  • Loss of Earnings Capacity
  • TDIU Evaluation
  • Veterans Disability
  • Loss of Employment
  • Forensic Mental Health Evaluation
  • LTD Evaluation
  • PTSD
  • Psychological Disability Evaluation
  • Vocational Assessments
  • Job Placement Services
  • Medical Case Management
  • Vocational Case Management
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    4/27/2016 · Family Issues
    There are more people separated from the workforce now than there has ever been in the United States. Many of these individuals are not in the workforce by choice, although they will give you a list of issues and reasons why they are not working. As the need for information supporting requests for Alimony and Child Support increases, so does the need for assessment of earning capacity and vocational potential. Determining a spouse's earning ability can pose a difficult and complex dilemma. A spouse may be out of work by mutual agreement, e.g., health reasons or raising children, or may be unemployed involuntarily, e.g., job change or downsizing. A spouse may be purposely out of work or underemployed, or hiding income and this is when imputed income is needed. When issues arise regarding support of the spouse or children, determining the earning capacity for which either spouse should be responsible becomes a critical issue.

    3/25/2016 · Damages
    Vocational Rehabilitation Counselors specialize in the study of medical and psychological aspects of disability, assessing an individual's disability to delineate functional limitations and possible vocational alternatives. This unique and specialized knowledge places vocational rehabilitation counselors in a critical forensic role as an expert witness for the tire of fact. The vocational expert (VE) assessment and testimony measures the scope and severity of a disability in functional and vocational limitations. This is vital in accidents that occurred and may be subject to legal claims for monetary damages.

    2/15/2016 · Disability
    Veterans Disability can be very frustrating and a long process. Medical & Psychological issues are challenging for claims people, attorneys and judges alike to assess in vocational & functional terms. If there is conflicting information, what are the implications, how will it be addressed? It is the purview of the Vocational Expert to address vocational limitations and abilities based on medical and psychological limitations.

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    Dr. Robert H. Schram
    Executive Director/CEO
    4950 York Rd Buckingham Green One
    PO Box 231
    Holicong PA 18928-0231
    phone: 215-794-0800 x304
    Dr. Robert H. Schram has experience as the Executive Director/CEO of a large community non-profit organization (BARC Developmental Services) supporting children and adults with Intellectual Disabilities, Mental Illness, and Autism from birth through retirement since 1977. Dr. Schram's selected accomplishments include: A Doctorate in Public Administration and the appointment to Fellow in the American Association for Intellectual Disabilities and Autism for meritorious service. Decades of experience: vocational issues, administration /management, employee issues, workplace safety, discrimination, wrongful death. Dr. Schram has successfully defended fourteen law suits and has provided expert testimony/assessments in a number of others. He has worked for both plaintiff and defense in legal matters and has consulted with both profit and non-profit companies.

    Areas of Expertise: Discrimination; Abuse; Wrongful Death; Molestation-Sexual; Harassment; Exploitation; Workplace Policies / Procedures; Company Policies and Procedures; Workplace Safety; Workers' Compensation; Vocational Training; Vocational Rehabilitation; Profit and Nonprofit Management; Guardianship; Drugs / Alcohol; Employment Handbooks; Employment Conduct; Workplace Issues; Wrongful discharge; Wrongful Termination.
    Robert H. Schram, DPA
    Company Management…Policies, Procedures, Practices is written as a guide for both entrepreneurs initiating their own business and top managers of more established companies. It covers all the critically important aspects of governance and supervision necessary for success including: meeting management techniques; fiduciary and financial responsibilities; strategic planning; legal and risk management; initiating and embracing health and safety committees; developing and utilizing an effective human resources department; creating and implementing a position rating manual; fostering public relations; crafting updating, and employing employee handbooks.
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    Jake E. Carroll, ThD
    Vice President - Chief of Operations
    PO Box 21564
    Chattanooga TN 37424
    phone: 423-421-0223 or 901-734-0242
    Jake E. Carroll, ThD, is an Emergency Medical Services (EMS) / Paramedic Subject Matter Expert with over 29 years of experience. He also has specialized training and experience in Critical Incident Stress Management. He is nationally credentialed as a Defensive Driving Instructor Trainer.

    Dr. Carroll's current role includes supporting EMS instructional development, training program delivery, and emergency response consultation for Benchmark Medical Services, LLC, Tennessee Valley Authority, Johnson Service Group, and Tennessee Safety and Health Council, Inc.

    Dr. Carroll is the past Board Chair for the Tennessee Chapter of International Trauma Life Support, and currently serves as Regional Faculty with the American Heart Association for the Basic Life Support and Advanced Cardiac Life Support programs, and Chaplain for Hamilton County Emergency Services. He is also Captain of the Hamilton County Command Post, and holds memberships in the Tennessee Emergency Medical Services Educators Association, the International Association of Fire Fighters Chaplains, and the Tennessee Fire Chaplains Association.

    Litigation Support - Dr. Carroll provides expert witness and consultation services for defense and plaintiff attorneys, risk management professionals, the general public, and governments involved in civil and criminal litigation.

    Areas of Expertise:
    • Basic Life Support (BLS)
    • Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
    • Advanced Life Support (ALS)
    • Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS
    • Emergency Vehicle Operations
  • Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS)
  • Bloodborne Pathogens
  • DOT First Responders
  • Paramedic / EMT Negligence
  • Defensive Driving
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    Dr. Palmer Morrel-Samuels
    210 Park Street
    Chelsea MI 48118
    phone: 734-433-0344
    fax: 734-433-0346
    Dr. Palmer Morrel-Samuels is a Research Psychologist with extensive training and experience in Statistical Analysis and Assessment Design. He has done a considerable amount of research and applied work on communication, testified to the U.S. congress on employee motivation and its linkage to objective performance metrics, published several articles on survey design in Harvard Business Review, among others, and wrote several patents to assist in the administration and analysis of workplace assessments. Dr. Morrel-Samuels currently teaches graduate courses on survey design and research methodology at the University of Michigan.

    Litigation Services: Dr. Morrel-Samuels' education, practical experience, and distinguished authorship have made him a valuable resource for providing expert services in legal cases where workplace surveys or assessments are at issue, including:
    • Statistical analysis of very large datasets, measuring the impact of corporate culture on performance and race discrimination.

    • Analysis of a survey's validity, reliability, objectivity, fairness, accuracy, confidentiality, freedom from response bias, and conformance to The Uniform Guidelines pertaining to all workplace assessments.

    • Statistical analyses of performance-related and survey-related data.

    • Desiging and conducting employee and workplace surveys, including Electronic surveys.

    • Disparate Impact & Disparate Treatment litigation.

    • Careful job analysis using court-approved methodology in FLSA litigation.

    • Performance appraisals, job evaluations, skill assessments.

    • Program evaluations, especially when used in hiring, firing, or other job actions.
    Expert Witness Experience, includes: Assisted the NAACP in its amicus brief for the Ricci discrimination case. Was the sole statistician in a successful $100M breach of contract case (Tower Automotive v. UNOVA) that required analyzing 4 million rows of data. Testified for the ICC’s International Court of Arbitration in The Hague. Has successfully withstood Daubert challenges - most recently from the City of Indianapolis in a large discrimination case involving the city's fire department.

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    This paper outlines a number of innovations that we have recently implemented in the Research Methodology Course at the University of Michigan's School of Public Health.

    3/29/2013 · Surveys
    THERE'S NO DOUBT that companies can benefit from workplace surveys and questionnaires. A GTE survey in the mid-1990s, for example} revealed that the performance of its different billing operations, as measured by the accuracy of bills sent out, was closely tied to the leadership style of the unit managers.

    This might come as a shock: Employees in large corporations sometimes mistakenly believe that they have been discriminated against. Admittedly, discrimination does occur, both in society and in the workplace. And as most attorneys know, many discrimination cases concern claims of either adverse treatment or adverse impact.

    Effective evidence-based managelnent requires analyzing data from a broad array of sources and conducting carefully designed pretest-posttest comparisons. However, our experience suggests that few businesses take that process to the next level by building merged datasets that can be used for rigorous pretest-posttest comparisons and meaningful statistical analyses.

    10/10/2012 · Surveys
    Companies are replacing paper surveys with Web-based versions that can dangerously distort the results.

    No contemporary guide exists for using statistics to prove causality in court. We outline a new theory explaining comprehension of causal graphs, and claim four hallmarks of causality are critical: Association, Prediction, Exclusion of Alternative Explanations, and Dose Dependence.

    4/23/2012 · Social Issues
    We distinguish between reverse discrimination and over-correction, arguing that the former should be used only to describe cases where well-qualified non-minority applicants are unjustifiably denied positions in organizations run by and/or staffed by minorities. Similarly, we argue over-correction should be used to describe well-qualified non-minority applicants who are unjustifiably denied positions in organizations run by non-minorities.

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    Dawn M. Adams, PHR
    W307 N6380 Shore Acres Rd.
    Hartland WI 53029
    phone: 414-659-4553
    Dawn M. Adams, PHR, is a certified Professional in Human Resources, with 25+ years of experience in Human Resources, employment law, and Organization Development. She built her expertise in the professional services, manufacturing, health care, financial services, government, and construction industries. Dawn has held various leadership positions within organizations, including Vice President of Human Resources for a statewide, nonprofit healthcare organization and national HR manager for an international law firm.

    Ms. Adams built additional coaching and development expertise through the Center for Creative Leadership and Team Trek. In addition to her PHR certification, she earned several certifications through Lominger International. Ms. Adams was a member of SHRM and its national Employee Relations Expertise Panel. She is a former member and chair of MMSHRM’s Employment Practices Committee.

    Litigation Support - Dawn Adams provides expert witness services to counsel representing Plaintiff and Defendant in cases involving human resources, employment law compliance, management practices, employee termination, and recruitment. Ms. Adams is experienced with sexual harassment and discrimination cases, FMLA, employment laws, leave laws, policies and procedures, and the American With Disabilities Act (ADA).

    Areas of Expertise:
    • Human Resources
    • FMLA / Leave Laws
    • ADA
    • Employer Responsibility
    • Employment Discrimination
    • Employment Investigations
  • Employment Termination
  • Background Investigations
  • Due Diligence
  • Employee Relations
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Wrongful Termination
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    Beth De Lima
    2050 Gateway Place, Suite 100-177
    San Jose CA 95110
    phone: 209-728-8905
    fax: 209-728-8970
    Beth De Lima, MBA, SPHR-CA. consults with Plaintiff and Defense attorneys in regard to human resource management, the American with Disabilities Act (ADA), Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA), discrimination and related topics. Ms. De Lima is nationally certified as a Senior Professional in Human Resources with a California specific certification (SPHR - CA) by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and was appointed to sit on the Employee Health, Safety, and Security Special Expertise Panel, 2006-2010. She is a certified mediator, U.C. Berkeley, Extension Program and had been appointed to the Amador, Calaveras, and Tuolumne County Superior Court Mediation Panels.

    Specifically, Ms. De Lima can assist you in preparing responses and compiling evidence for existing cases. Her litigation support services may be used to:
    • Formulate questions for depositions
    • Conduct investigations and interviews
    • Evaluate the adequacy of personnel policies
    • Analyze evidence and presentation materials
    • Identify case weaknesses and alternative strategies
    • Document employee physical suitability for work
    • Determine "reasonable accommodation"
    Please visit her website at for more details. Ms. De Lima has offices in Murphys and San Jose California and are available at your convenience to discuss cases on a confidential and complimentary basis.

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    411 W. Maple Street, Apt. 305
    Wichita KS 67213
    phone: 316-630-9320
    fax: 316-630-9332
    William A. Lybarger, PhD, specializes in the field of Health and Human Services. With a Masters Degree in Special Education and a PhD in Psychology (behavior disorders), has worked as a director, administrator, manager, teacher, consultant, executive coach, and expert witness in the Healthcare field.

    He brings to the industry a record of publication, presentation of reality-based management strategies and teaching that supports his pursuit of organizational success templates which coincide with achieving sustainable competitive advantage.

    As an Expert Witness, Dr. Lybarger provides Standard of Care opinions related to quality of care and treatment provided by health, education, and human service agencies. He has extensive training and experience in health and human service management, special education, quality assurance, performance management, and regulatory compliance.

    Dr. Lybarger has been asked to provide his expert opinion related to personal injury and wrongful death in over 70 cases. The quality of his work is supported by 30 years of experience in the management of community and residential supports systems for persons with mental retardation.

    Dr. Lybarger's casework has included:
    • Developmental Disabilities, Juvenile Treatment Facilities, Private Psychiatric Facilities, Community Mental Health Centers, and Special Education
    • Mental Retardation
    • Care Issues related to Medical Centers, Nursing Homes
    • Loss of Life Potential
    • Personal Injury
    • Wrongful Death
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    5/6/2015 · Psychology
    I have been providing expert witness services for several years. My practice, for the most part, has involved personal injury and wrongful death matters in health and human service agencies. More specifically, my work frequently requires a Standard of Care opinion related to the level of care provided by a service organization to a person with a developmental disability and/or mental retardation. As a part of this practice I have worked several cases involving an eating disorder referred to as PICA.

    Most organizations will eventually face hard times. I am suggesting that organizational leaders see this event as an opportunity rather than a trauma.

    What is the fastest way to increase profits? Stop doing things that don't make a profit! Could increased net profit, increased return on investment and improved cash flow be that easy? The answer is yes.

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    Eric Kimberling
    Founder & Managing Partner
    3773 Cherry Creek North Dr.
    Ste 720
    Denver CO 80209
    phone: 720-515-1377
    EricEric Kimberling, MBA, is the most recognized and respected independent Enterprise Resource Planning systems expert in the world, giving 100% unbiased advice to clients for more than 20 years.

    Experience - Mr. Kimberling's extensive experience includes ERP software selection, organizational change management, implementation project management, and value analysis. In addition to his extensive ERP experience, Mr. Kimberling has also helped clients with merger and acquisition business integration, via strategic planning, business process reengineering, and Six Sigma. He further demonstrates his innovative and unparalleled industry experience as the lead facilitator of Panorama’s quarterly ERP Boot Camp workshops and weekly webinar series.

    Mr. Kimberling has dedicated himself to giving keynote speeches at industry conferences and universities worldwide, and has been quoted in hundreds of articles in newspapers, magazines and books, including the Wall Street Journal, CIO Magazine and Fortune.

    Litigations Support - Eric Kimberling has served as the expert witness in the industry’s highest-profile legal cases, representing both government and private companies across the globe. Throughout his career, he has been called upon to investigate the feasibility of litigation, provide witness testimony and build background reporting for the industry’s highest-profile ERP lawsuits, including Lyons Magnus, Inc. v. Fujitsu America, Inc.; Partner Services, Inc v. Avanade; Kathy Pishghadamian v. Nicor Gas; Flotek Industries, Inc. v. CD Group, Inc.; Midwest Tape LLC v. ESR Associates, Inc,; Waste Management v. SAP; and Whaley Food Service Repairs v. Epicor to name a few. He is actively involved in implementations and project recoveries, giving him unique and up-to-date experience with modern enterprise technologies.

    Mr. Kimberling lends his enterprise software expertise to litigation related to Operational Disruptions, Contract Disputes, and Implementation Delays caused by Enterprise Software Failure and/or its Vendors and Systems Integrators. He is also the author of the book, "An Expert's Guide to ERP Success". He and his team of ERP experts have been leveraged in many high profile software project failure cases involving Tier I ERP software (e.g., SAP, Oracle and Microsoft Dynamics) and Tier II software (e.g., Infor, Epicor, etc.).

    Areas of Expertise:
    • Sales Cycle Fraud and Misrepresentation
    • Contract Compliance
    • Consultant Errors
    • Budget Overages
  • Project Governance
  • Software customization
  • Project team staffing
  • Software schedule delays
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    Virginia Rhodes, EdD
    1549 Wittlou Ave.
    Cincinnati OH 45224
    phone: 513-207-2566
    Virginia Rhodes, EdD has an extensive background in Urban Public Schooling. She has over 35 years of experience in School Policy, Strategic Planning, Organizational Development, Administrative, Supervisory, Evaluation and Instruction in K-12 settings.

    As principal and policy-maker, Dr. Rhodes was known for her work in reclaiming failing high schools, including moving an Ohio high school from 8% passage on the state science test to 54.5% in 2 years, collaboratively, within a contractual environment.

    Dr. Rhodes provides Expert Witness testimony and preparation services for districts and law firms. She is available to represent both Plaintiff and Defense. Dr. Rhodes' services are available nationally and internationally.

    Specialties Include:
    • School and School District Policy
    • Organizational Development, School, District Structural Planning
    • Standards of Administrative and Teacher Practice
    • Teacher Training / Evaluation, Administrative Training
    • School Climate, SEL, Discipline Methodologies, Applications
    • Diversity Issues within Personnel and Student Settings
    • Urban School Research
    • Deposition Digests & Document Review
    • STEM, Environmental, Magnet, and other Specialty Programming
    • Conditions Affecting Low-income Students: Mobility, Poverty
    • Urban Schooling / High-risk Settings
    • Innovative & 21st Century Practices - Domestic and Abroad
    • Academic Achievement and Program Development
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    What does it take to improve science performance in an inner-city high school? Could a science "immersion" strategy change motivation and interest in science? How can we meet a key strategic goal of our urban district: "All students graduate and are prepared for postsecondary education, successful careers and productive citizenship."

    Creative professionals in team-based work settings value work communications skills among their colleagues. As public schools create professional learning communities and experiment with teacher-led curriculum and program development, traditional interview processes may prove inadequate for these new collaborative environments. New and creative selection models may be needed to enable teacher or other professional teams to choose candidates with the 21st century skills needed for success. In public sector environments, work rules are often highly developed and professionals are entitled to interview. Qualifications, training, experience and seniority as determinants often get reduced to transfer rights using seniority as the main or only criteria. This trend detracts from creating a competitive environment in which to attract & retain a high-quality teaching staff. Solutions can be found within existing contract parameters, however, if the attributes necessary to teach 21st Century skills are actually required to be demonstrated, not just described, in the interview process.

    "All children can learn," is a catchphrase currently making the rounds in education circles, particularly in staff development activities (Pankratz & Petroski, 2003). De facto learning theory challenges the underlying assumptions of this phrase by examining how it is that learning in schools takes place. Using theoretical foundations of Dewey, Maslow, and Vygotsky, this essay will explore the fact that all children are, in fact, learning all the time, regardless of the actions of teachers, the content of the curriculum, or educational policy and practice.

    Critical to a dynamic STEM school is a high level of instructional rigor. While this is true in all STEM schools, it is a particular challenge in those programs that serve populations inexperienced with high levels of rigor in their previous coursework.

    OK, I did learn enough in 35 years of high school teaching, administration, and marriage to know one thing: The way to anyone's heart is through their stomach! Feed them, and they will come.

    Establishing a STEM High School (Science, Technology, Engineering, & Mathematics), and the Aiken Environmental, Ohio's first public environmental high school proved to be successful strategies to increase student engagement and raise standardized scores in science. High-poverty urban students from declining academic and disciplinary environments produced significant gains on science test results and credit attainment towards graduation. Using multiple overlapping rigor and SEL strategies, students experienced "science immersion," project-based learning, and a social-emotional curriculum that emphasized personal development and team/community-building skills.

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    Robyn W. Porterfield, PhD, Managing Principal
    5944 Luther Lane
    Suite 650
    Dallas TX 75225
    phone: 214-234-0266
    fax: 214-373-6360
    Rose Porterfield Group (RPG) has over 30 years of experience providing Business Performance and Human Resource services. As experts in human behavior, we provide litigation support strategy and testimony for attorneys and corporations. Offering unbiased, detailed, and objective expert opinion on all aspects of human behavior in the workplace, we can help determine the facts, motivations, and human factors involved in the case.

    Forensic and Expert Testimony Cases Include:
    • Sexual Harassment
    • Workplace Injury
    • Discrimination
    • Retaliation
    • Wrongful Termination
    Robyn Porterfield Productivity Expert PhotoRobyn W. Porterfield, PhD - Managing Principal at RPG, spent over ten years in sales and marketing prior to completing her PhD in Industrial Psychology. While completing her PhD, Dr. Porterfield served as Director of Client Services for a Texas-based on-line psychological testing firm, consulting to management on such issues as individual and team fit, conflict resolution, hiring, coaching, and management succession planning.

    As a consultant, Dr. Porterfield has assessed executives in such diverse industries as financial management, food service, telecommunications and retail. For five years Robyn and Bob co-wrote a column for the Dallas Business Journal titled, C-Level Coach. Robyn is also a professional mediator and currently mediates for Dispute Resolution Services of Tarrant County, Texas.

    Robert Rose Productivity Expert PhotoRobert G. Rose, PhD, Principal at RPG, received his PhD from Florida State University. Since 1976 he has served as consultant to organizations in virtually every industry including health care, retail, IT services, manufacturing, construction, aviation, and many others. In his over 30 years as a consultant, Dr. Rose has encountered virtually every problem that an organization can experience, and has seen that good teamwork - from hiring to development - always benefits both the individual and the company.

    Bob is the author of numerous articles on communication, crisis handling, and conceptualizing purpose and culture within organizations, and his books on consulting are required reading by major corporations..

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    7/21/2016 · Injury
    Almost all of us have been to the yearly company football game, company barbeque, or happy hour. Organizations often think these events create closeness, trust, a sense of "teamwork", or even a sense of family. We love a good burger and a beer as much as anyone but in our experience the injuries, harassment and other complaints that can come from company social events may cause problems for employers. And we find that the defense that the events were "voluntary" may not hold up.

    Robert G. Rose, PhD
    Robert G. Rose, PhD
    This book discusses testing as a critical aspect of the hiring process. Dr. Rose presents a clear, concise picture of the real issues and advantages in testing in an easy to read enjoyable format.
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    Maureen Clark, SPHR
    356 Hedge Road
    Menlo Park CA 94025
    phone: 650-328-1165
    Maureen Clark, SPHR,CEO of Three Sixty HR, Inc., began her Human Resources career in banking and Fortune 100 manufacturing. Ms. Clark has been consulting in Human Resources for over 27 serving over 200 clients in high tech, manufacturing, services, not-for-profit, education, and public sectors.

    Ms. Clark is particularly skilled at analyzing difficult workplace problems and creating win-win outcomes. Her practice has expanded to include HR investigations (PI#27972), litigation consulting, and expert witness testimony for both plaintiffs and defense. Ms. Clark is a member of the Society for Human Resources Management, the Northern California Human Resources Association, the Association of Workplace Investigators, and the Forensic Expert Witness Association.

    Cases have included allegations of:
    • Age and Pregnancy Discrimination
    • Adequacy of Employer’s Response to a Complaint of Discrimination
    • Failure to Accommodate a Disability
    • Adequacy of Employer’s Response to a Complaint of Sexual Harassment
    • Negligent Hiring
    • Wrongful Termination
    • Constructive Discharge
    • Failure to Comply with Meal and Rest Period Requirements
    • Failure to Pay at Termination
    • Discrimination Based on Disability
    • Inadequate Procedures for Making & Investigating Complaints
    • Liability for a Tort Occurring During the Course of Employment
    • Whistleblowing, Retaliation
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