Tuesday's shocking election of Donald Trump means America has elected an entirely new agenda for workplace and employment issues. You can expect President-elect Trump to move quickly on issues like health care, immigration and wage-and-hour law, while overturning many of the Obama administration’s work-related executive orders.
“A Clinton victory would have meant a third term for the Obama administration and its workplace policies. While that would have created challenges — the issues were pretty clear. A Trump presidency brings uncertainty into U.S. 2017 Labor and Employment Law Advanced Practices (LEAP) conference., and your CEO will expect you to understand the changes and prepare your organization for the future,” said Joseph Beachboard, senior partner at Ogletree Deakins and moderator of the
Look for a flurry of employment-related legislative and regulatory efforts over the next two years, as Pr...(register to read more)
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