For better or worse, President Trump's first weeks in office are causing surprising and convincing changes for employers. His administrative orders, cabinet appointments, Supreme Court nominee and stance toward trade with foreign powers are inspirational to some and revolting to others. What's indisputable is that change is occurring that will affect employers and employees.
In this early assessment, employment attorney Melissa Fleischer reviews the sometimes-surprising impact of Trump's first weeks in office and projects which coming changes will be of greatest concern to those who hire, fire, comply with regulations and manage business in our swiftly changing world.
The pace of change is so rapid employers risk missing the forest for the trees. Take this opportunity to orient yourself and adjust your planning to adapt to the new world of President Trump.
- Review of relevant actions taken by Administration to date
- Likely effects of cabinet appointments in Health, Labor, Treasury
- Preparing for changes in Affordable Care Act, Immigration, EEOC, OSHA
Topics Covered in the session:
- The future of the final OT Rule for the FLSA in light of the recent nationwide injunction
- The ACA Executive Order and what it means for compliance and enforcement of employer mandate and other rules
- Raising federal minimum wage-unlikely under Trump?
- Changes to the NLRB to appoint more employer-friendly members who will likely overturn many of the pro-union rulings and the aggressive campaigns with regard to social media etc., that the NLRB has engaged in giving employers more freedom
- Easier days ahead for non-union employers
- Future of the ”quickie election” rule and the “persuader” rule
- Increased immigration enforcement and I-9’s audited
- ADA, FMLA and Title VII enforcement under a nine-member Supreme Court
Who Should Attend:
- Human Resource Professional
- Payroll Manager and Director
- Personnel Management
- C-level and Top Executive
- Compliance Manager
- Finance Professional