Brooks Pierce attorney Natalie Sanders was quoted in a July 29, 2020, article by The New York Times on face mask policies at big retailers.
The article, “There’s a Wrinkle in Stores’ Mask Policies: Enforcement,” discusses the struggles employees at large retailers are facing with enforcing mask policies. The article also mentions that retailers could run the risk of discrimination issues if they ask someone why they decline to wear a mask.
“Retailers don’t want to be in the business of interviewing everyone who comes in the door,” said Sanders. “Retailers are making difficult decisions and doing the best they can. They have to make a judgment call.”
Sanders provides counsel and defense to businesses in all aspects of the employment relationship. Her 24 years of experience as an attorney, operations manager, entrepreneur and community volunteer allow her to relate well to management and provide nuanced guidance in complex matters.
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