Marcia Narine

Marcia Narine headshot 8-11-14Marcia Narine is a recognized leader in the ethics, compliance, and legal fields with deep experience leading and managing corporate ethics, compliance, and risk management programs and initiatives. Marcia supports our partners across a number of key focus areas that include Labor & Employment, E&C Program Management, Supply Chain, and Privacy.

Marcia recently served as vice president and deputy general counsel of Ryder System, Inc., a Fortune 500 global transportation and supply chain management solutions company. At Ryder, Marcia oversaw the company’s global compliance, business ethics, privacy, government relations, enterprise risk management, corporate responsibility, and labor and employment legal programs. Prior to this role, Marcia served as group director of human resources for Ryder’s supply chain solutions division.

In addition to the above leadership roles, Marcia has recently been appointed by the U.S. Secretary of Labor to serve on the Whistleblower Protection Advisory Committee.

A number of legislative changes and judicial decisions were made in 2014 that have significant implications for the workplace, and the news hasn't always brought clarity to the question of compliance. Human resources staff and compliance practitioners will need to work together to ensure their employees understand the changes and the company remains blameless in enforcing them.

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Labor & Employment: New Cases, Important Rulings

A number of recent rulings from the Supreme Court ought to be dominating compliance practitioners' attention. Here, we have highlights of some of the more significant decisions, on matters ranging from whether staff should be paid for donning and doffing protective gear and when interns must be compensated to employer liability in instances of workplace bullying.

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