Celia M. Joseph is of counsel in the Philadelphia, PA office of Fisher Phillips, one of the largest firms in the country representing management exclusively in the areas of labor, employment, civil rights, employee benefits and immigration law.
Ms. Joseph's practice includes client counseling and litigation regarding US and international employment law, including harassment and discrimination prevention; compliance training; policies and procedures; investigations; diversity; DOL Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs; affirmative action requirements; employment-related contracts; preventing workplace violence; FMLA; ADA and reductions in force.
Prior to joining the firm, she founded an employment law firm and was employed at Rohm and Haas Company.
Ms. Joseph is on the board of directors of the Philadelphia Chapter of SHRM, and a member of the discrimination law committee of the International Bar Association and the planning committee for the Pennsylvania Bar Institute's annual employment law institute.
She earned her Mediation Certificate from the Center for Dispute Settlement and serves as a pro bono mediator for the EEOC.
Ms. Joseph received her law degree from Temple University School of Law and an MBA from Drexel University's LeBow School of Business.