Addressing Employment Problems Proactively and Expertly

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Judith Rosenberg provides high-level human resources and employment advice services to a wide variety of private and public sector clients. Her expertise includes workplace investigations and fact-finding, training, development of employment policies and handbooks, audits of compliance with state and federal employment regulations and expert witness analysis and testimony.

Judith has conducted investigations at financial corporations, hospitals, publicly traded technology companies, media companies and real estate and construction firms. Judith's clients range from start-ups without Human Resources departments or policies who needed everything from handbooks to training to large healthcare organizations that required audits of compliance with state and federal employment laws.

In 2002, she was appointed by the US District Court as the independent monitor to oversee compliance with the settlement of a gender harassment/retaliation class action for women of the United States Forest Service. Judith supervised development of numerous employment policies and systems, including processes for handling EEO complaints, conducting investigations and tracking discipline. She oversaw training programs on harassment and discrimination; and initiatives to promote culture change and end harassment and retaliation. She worked collaboratively with management and employees to improve programs and resolve conflicts.

As a Senior Consultant and House Counsel at Terra Nova Consulting, she advised large and small companies on employment practices, including compliance with state and federal employment law (wage and hour classification, FMLA, DFEH and EEOC, ADA) and employee relations and discipline. She developed handbooks and policies, conducted trainings and workplace investigations and participated in evaluation of employment practices related to wage and hour claims for exempt and non-exempt employees.

Before moving to the consulting world in 2000, she was a litigation partner handling plaintiff's cases involving harassment, discrimination and retaliation at a San Francisco law firm.

She also served as a monitor for cases involving the rights of disabled school children in the San Francisco Unified School District and disabled inmates in the California State Prisons.