Connecting and Supporting HR in the Corporate WorldM


Presented by:
Taylor English


The ability to humanize the role human resources plays and identify ways to serve others, while also protecting HR team members, is critical to supporting your organization. The HR team doesn’t only need to support the company; the HR team needs support itself. From attracting and building new HR staff to managing employee investigations, there are layers and nuances involved in identifying areas of support and determining how to best meet the team’s needs. In this webinar, you will learn to identify missing pieces of your organizational puzzle. At the center of the discussion is managing relationships with internal clients and amplifying the value of your business.

Robbin Wilder, Esq., is a former HR professional and now an attorney with Taylor English Duma LLP, who will draw on these unique professional experiences to present actionable takeaways to help your business—and your HR team—thrive.

During this webinar, attendees will learn

  • How to identify the needs of your internal HR team
  • How to protect your HR team
  • How to identify missing organizational roles and provisions
  • Ways to amplify the value of your business


Robbin Wilder, Esq.Robbin Wilder, Esq.

Attorney, Taylor English Duma LLP

Wilder is an associate of Taylor English’s labor and employment department in the Atlanta office where she advises, counsels, and offers transactional and litigation support on a broad spectrum of employment law matters and workplace concerns. She brings more than 15 years of experience working in management-side human resources departments prior to practicing law. As a former HR professional, Wilder supported the business operations for unionized and nonunion employers in beverage manufacturing, home improvement retail, and health care, providing her with firsthand experience collaborating with in-house counsel. Additionally, Wilder has taken an active role in shaping the legal community in Atlanta by serving as the SideBar Program co-chair for the Atlanta Bar Association and as a barrister in The Judge Clarence Cooper American Inn of Court.

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