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Obama’s 2013 budget boosts funding for enforcement

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in Employment Law,Human Resources

President Obama unveiled a $3.8 trillion proposed budget for fiscal year 2013 that, according to an analy­­sis by the Littler law firm, “signals that employers are facing an expanded enforcement and regulatory activity by the federal agencies.”

One key target: greater funding in several Department of Labor departments to enforce worker mis­­­­clas­­si­­fi­­ca­­tion laws. Increases are also slated for the EEOC, NLRB and OSHA.

Read an analysis at http://tinyurl.com/fed2013.

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