To say that employers live in an era of change is a radical understatement. Four years of a Presidential administration focused on unwinding the vast changes to employment regulation of the Obama administration, a global pandemic and the new laws it spawned, the continuing ripples of the #MeToo, and the rise of the social and racial equality movements, and the most serious economic downturn in decades have all converged to create massive changes to the workplace and the laws that govern it.
, co-chair of Kelley Drye's Labor & Employment practice and associate Alison Frimmel
will join The Association for Healthcare Human Resources Administrators (AHHRA
) for a review of the significant employment laws of the Trump administration and a look ahead at the campaign promises that may eventually become laws under a potentially new administration.