The Trump Presidency: What Will Survive - And What Won’t - From The Obama Regulatory Agenda

Webinar: ID# 1023459
Recorded On-Demand
About This Course:
The election of Donald Trump as president has many employers wondering which parts of the Obama regulatory agenda will persist once he takes office.

A number of regulations are scheduled to go into effect in the next couple of months, so it’s very important for employers to know what they should expect to be enforced under President Trump. For instance, both paid sick leave and paycheck transparency requirements are scheduled to become effective on January 1, 2017. And, employers are beginning to work on how they’ll comply with the EEO-1 report requirements going into effect in 2018.

What’s likely to survive the transition and what’s not?

Join us for this in-depth webinar, featuring live Q&A. Washington insiders David Fortney and Nita Beecher of Fortney Scott will explain how employers can manage their regulatory requirements amid the transfer of presidential power.

Learning Objectives:
  • Which executive orders are likely to be rescinded by President Trump
  • Which labor and employment regulations likely to be repealed or revised
  • Who the candidates for Secretary of Labor, Chair of EEOC and Director of OFCCP are—and why it matters
  • Practical recommendations on where employers should focus their compliance attention right now given the transition of power
  • How quickly employers are likely to see change and much more!
The Trump Presidency: What Will Survive - And What Won’t - From The Obama Regulatory Agenda
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