Keeping up with ever-changing employment regulations and human resources best practices is time consuming. Keeping tabs on changes specific to the banking industry adds even more effort to the task. Employment Law Compliance, Inc. focuses on the needs of community banks, which do not have the luxury of a large HR staff or in-house employment counsel. ELC consists of employment compliance professionals who average nearly 20 years of experience in the field. All of us at ELC are committed to designing and maintaining solutions and services that help community banks attract, hire, retain, and manage the best employees in a compliant fashion.
Who We Service
Since commencing our exclusive relationship with the
GBA in September 2001, we have assisted community bankers across the country. We actively support community banks in these states:
Who We are
Our compliance teams include the following professionals:
Gary Engeseth, a paralegal, focuses on the preparation of Affirmative Action Plans for financial institutions and federal government contractors. Gary obtained his bachelor's degree, magna cum laude, from the University of West Florida, and was recognized on the National Dean's list.
Marian Exall, a 1985 Emory Law School graduate, practiced as a litigator and employment lawyer with Long, Aldridge & Norman and King & Spalding before serving as Senior Employment Counsel for five years. She has extensive experience in handling employment disputes ranging from internal grievances to major discrimination class actions.
Michael Faillace worked for sixteen years as an in-house employment counsel, where he advised field in-house counsel and personnel departments on employment law-related matters, including employment discrimination, compensation, privacy, labor law and immigration, and developed human resources policies and training programs.
Steve Greene has practiced as an employment lawyer, providing day-to-day and strategic employment law advice to employers, for seventeen years. His work includes formulating strategies for litigation, government investigations, employment liability reduction, and state and federal regulatory compliance.
Victoria Helms served as captain in the U.S. Army prior to attending St. Thomas University School of law, where she graduated in the top 5% of her class. Following law school, she held a clerkship with the Honorable Richard M. Bilby in the U.S. District Court for the District of Arizona. She has litigated employment cases nationally, and her work includes the defense of discrimination, harassment, and wrongful discharge claims.
Wayne Wisong has practiced exclusively in the areas of employee benefits (ERISA) and employment taxes for over twenty years. Wayne began his career as an attorney with the IRS National Office in Washington, D.C. Later, he entered the private sector as a consultant with Towers Perrin, focusing primarily on qualified and non-qualified plan design, operation, and termination.