Bari Goldstein Inducted as the President of the Board of Families First of Palm Beach County

Date   Jan 21, 2014

FordHarrison LLP is pleased to announce that Bari Goldstein, counsel in the West Palm Beach office, will be inducted as the President of the Board of Families First of Palm Beach County on January 21, 2014. Bari already serves as the Board's Vice President.
Families First is a nonprofit organization with the goal of providing a safe and healthy environment for families to grow, prosper and raise their children. Started in 1990, Families First assists local families battling hardships such as chronic illness, disabilities, domestic violence, and substance abuse.

"I stand behind the mission of Families First of Palm Beach County, and am very proud to be named the President of the Board," said Bari. "I hope I can continue to serve those in need and help build better opportunities for the community."

Bari Goldstein represents and counsels private, not-for-profit and public sector employers on regulatory issues affecting the employment relationship.  She advises employers on personnel issues, wage and hour and employee relations; conducts on-site investigations and audits; and, develops and presents workshops on varied employment subjects.  Bari also assists clients in the development of Affirmative Action Programs (AAP), represents clients during OFCCP audits and counsels employers on issues stemming from AAP obligations and requirements.

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