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The Trump Presidency: What does it mean for employers?

Trump Presidency CTA2.pngThe next four years hold a lot of changes in store for employers, but more specifically HR in general. 

Since 2008, there have been many significant changes to employment laws, new regulations, and employer requirements. Most ofthese statutes have been pro-employee, indicative of a larger shift that favors workers.

Now this turbulent and historic election is over, and Donald Trump is our 45th President. The Republicans have majorities inthe House and Senate. As President-elect Trump makes his cabinet picks, it is clear we are at a turning point between pro-employee and pro-employer interests. So what will the next four-years bring to employers and how will it impact HR?

Topics Covered: 

  • Federal Agency Leadership
  • Supreme Court of the United States
  • Immigration
  • Affordable Care Act (Healthcare)
  • Minimum Wage
  • Overtime Rules/Wage & Hour Law
  • Paid Family Leave
  • Taxes
  • National Labor Relations Board and Union