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Nicole Stangl’s natural tendency is to establish paths for action. A savvy problem solver and inveterate puzzle geek, Nicole likes to be involved in shaping the outcome of things. It’s for that reason she was naturally drawn to the hands on nature of practicing employment law.
As a summer associate at Ruder Ware, she received valuable training, experience, and exposure working alongside our employment law team.
At Ruder Ware, Nicole:
Counsels employers on every aspect of federal and state employment laws, including laws regarding drug and alcohol testing, background checks, employee privacy, wrongful discharge, antidiscrimination, anti-harassment, plant closing and mass lay-off, wage and hour, family medical leave, and reasonable accommodation.
Guides employers in conducting workplace investigations.
Reviews employer wage and hour practices including, exempt/non-exempt position classifications, meal/rest break practices, off the clock and record keeping issues.
Nicole loves to run. A sprinter in college (where she was a 2017 NCAA Woman of the Year Nominee and in 2016 a National Qualifier taking 15th in the nation), she tends to favor long distance runs these days. She happiest when she’s outdoors with her husband and their incredibly sweet dog.