Community Forum Series: A Discussion on Quiet Quitting (September)
Join Charla Stevens, principal of Charla Stevens Consulting and former employment attorney with McLane Middleton, as she facilitates an open conversation around the latest buzzword, ‘quiet quitting’ – is this just the newest term for disengaged employees? Is it a way for employees to work towards more balance in their lives, an answer to burnout? How do you address within your teams? Share your thoughts! This will be an interactive session, and attendees are encouraged to share their thoughts on camera, or via chat.
Charla Bizios Stevens, Esq.
Charla B. Stevens practiced law in New Hampshire and Massachusetts for more than 37 years before retiring from McLane Middleton where she chaired the employment law practice group and also represented schools and health care practices. Stevens is the principal of Charla Stevens Consulting LLC where she continues to offer services to businesses which include workplace training, independent investigations, strategic human resources consulting, and mediation and conflict resolution.
During her years of practice she was recognized as a top lawyer in employment law by Chambers and Partners, Best Lawyers, and Super Lawyers, among others. She has been the recipient of numerous awards to include the Granite State HR Hero Award, the Jack B. Middleton Pro Bono Services Award, the Business and Industry Association's Above and Beyond Award, and the NH Business Review Business Excellence Award.
Charla is currently the chair of the Granite United Way Board of Directors, a Trustee of Solution Health, a Commissioner of the New Hampshire Lawyers' Assistance Program, and serves on the American Bar Association Section of Litigation's Task Force on Mental Health and Wellness.