June 21, 2018
Taylor Porter Employment, Labor and Benefits Practice Team Leader Vicki Crochet served as a guest speaker at the Greater Baton Rouge SHRM Event, "Summer School," held Thursday, June 21, at the LSU Olinde Career Center. Crochet presented on, "Managing Managers: Or How to Avoid the Top Ten Legal Problems They Can Cause."
The local Society for Human Resource Management chapter held the event for HR professionals and focused on several content areas, including: business etiquette for professionals, financials for non-financial managers, leadership development, and must-have workplace policies and procedures.
Crochet, a Partner and member of the Taylor Porter Executive Committee, practices all areas of employment law, advising clients regarding policies and procedures; representing them before governmental agencies including the EEOC, OFCCP, the Louisiana Commission on Human Rights (LCHR), and the Louisiana Civil Service Commission; and handling all aspects of employment litigation. Crochet also has conducted employee training and is a frequent lecturer on employment law issues. She currently is an associate member of the Greater Baton Rouge SHRM and the Louisiana SHRM.
Crochet has received several accolades for her Employment, Labor and Benefits practice. In 2018, Ms. Crochet was selected by her peers among the "Top 25 Louisiana Super Lawyers Women Attorneys," along with her Super Lawyers recognition in Labor and Employment Law. In 2014, Ms. Crochet was named Best Lawyers "Lawyer of the Year in Baton Rouge" in Labor and Employment Law. She also has been selected for inclusion in Chambers USA among the "Leaders in their Field" in Labor and Employment Law.