This briefing session helps company leaders face today’s developing and pressing legal challenges with confidence.
- Taught by expert Employers Council attorneys and highly-respected guest attorneys
- Practical application and real-world solutions for new employment law developments and complex legal challenges
- To the point—just 90 minutes
- Approved for HRCI, SHRM, and CLE credits
From new laws and regulations to new leadership at federal agencies and new judges in the federal courts, the Trump administration has been very active in changing the employment law landscape in its first year. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the National Labor Relations Board, and the Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division, Occupational Safety and Health Administration, and Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs are some of the agencies that most affect employers, and they’ve all seen dramatic changes under Trump. And with healthcare and immigration reform still on Trump’s wish list and likely to continue to be a source of much discussion in the coming months (or longer), continued change in the employer-employee relationship is virtually guaranteed. In this Briefing, we will review what’s changed (along with some key things that haven’t) in the employment law world after approximately one year of President Trump’s administration.
Who Should Consider this Program
Company executives, human resources professionals, in-house counsel, managers, and attorneys
Employers Council staff attorneys and guest attorneys