One of the founding members of Rose Kallor, LLP, Ms. Kallor regularly advises and represents employers on a broad range of labor and employment matters involving discrimination, retaliation, wage and hour issues, breach of contract, hiring processes, employee discipline and any other matter that pertains to the employer-employee relationship in both the unionized and non-union settings.
In doing so, she often appears in state and federal courts, as well as in proceedings before government administrative agencies, such as the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the Connecticut Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities, the New York State Division on Human Rights, the National Labor Relations Board, the Connecticut State Board of Labor Relations, the Connecticut State Board of Mediation and Arbitration and the federal and state departments of labor.
In her defense of civil rights and other employment related litigation, she has frequently obtained pretrial dismissal or other satisfactory conclusion in both the federal and state courts.In her varied management-side practice, Ms. Kallor gives advice and litigates issues relating to race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, and disability discrimination, wage and hour claims, including collective action claims brought under the FLSA, Family and Medical Leave Act issues, employee discipline, employee claims of breach of contract, defamation and other work-related tort claims and any other human resources issue. She drafts and reviews job descriptions, employment contracts, employee handbooks and employer policies and procedures. She also represents employers in wage and hour audits and conducts “self-audits” before the state and federal departments of labor.
A significant portion of Ms. Kallor’s practice is devoted to her role as a neutral, through her role as an independent workplace investigator and as a mediator. Ms. Kallor provides workplace training to clients and through continuing legal education programs and is a frequent speaker on emerging labor and employment law issues.