As new technology drives the redefinition of the workforce, workplace, and work itself, we find ourselves in a time requiring constant re-learning and re-skilling. With nearly half of all jobs changing through rapid automation, it is crucial for businesses to understand how to integrate robotics and Artificial Intelligence into the workplace.
This program, taught by Natalie Pierce, Shareholder and Co-Chair of Littler Mendelson’s Robotics, AI and Automation Practice Group, will address practical steps required to successfully prepare your workforce for the implementation of robotics, including collaborative robotics, augmented and virtual reality, and various forms of Artificial Intelligence.
Natalie A. Pierce advises employers of all sizes, ranging from start-ups to global corporations, on all aspects of the employer-employee relationship. She focuses on identifying and avoiding problems before they arise through the use of compliance audits and development of workplace policies and procedures. She handles:
Additionally, Natalie is a litigator who represents corporations in all types of employment litigation matters before state and federal courts and agencies defending clients against claims involving discrimination, harassment, wrongful discharge, and retaliation. She also has extensive experience with both individual and class action wage and hour litigation, in cases involving:
Natalie has handled numerous claims involving alleged violations of confidentiality, solicitation, and covenants not to compete, and often plays a significant role in assisting clients with structuring corporate transactions that minimize risk and maximize the value and success from a labor and employment perspective. Her experience spans the employment aspects of corporate transactions, including:
A skilled speaker, Natalie regularly provides training for clients and professional organizations on various topics, including:
Natalie is co-chair of the firm’s Robotics, Artificial Intelligence and Automation Practice Group, a member of the firm's Unfair Competition and Trade Secrets, Wage and Hour, and Business Restructuring practice groups and is co-chair of the firm’s Diversity and Inclusion Council.