LHRMA and the West Coast Chamber of Commerce through our partner Miller Johnson will be conducting an employment law update
Expect the Unexpected? – What Employers Might / Should See in 2017 and Beyond from the Trump Administration.
We have all been breathlessly following President Elect Trump’s nominations for various posts and his various tweets and policy statements which will impact labor and employment issues for the next several years. From Andrew Puzder’s likely position at the US Department of Labor to various changes to regulatory matters like:
- The currently enjoined overtime regulations;
- Expected NLRB appointments and legal impacts;
- Protected concerted activity in non-union work environments;
- Union election rules;
- US Supreme Court appointments and the impact on employment and labor issues;
- Joint employment relationships;
- Anticipated repeal of several President Obama Executive Orders;
- Possible shifting away of EEOC emphasis from protecting gender identity/transgender status;
- The Affordable Care Act and what employers can expect next…
Since President Elect Trump takes office January 20, 2017, we will all have experienced at least some of the many expected changes by the time we get together and have our discussion regarding these issues and much more on April 27, 2017.
Gary Chamberlin, Jeff Fraser and Mary Bauman from Miller Johnson will collectively present on timely, critical and interesting employment and labor relations topics. The Miller Johnson team presents in a humorous, lively and story-filled manner.
More specific details and topics to follow.
You will definitely want to attend this 3 hour session.
Location: Hope College MAAS Center
- Registration: 7:30 AM – 7:55 AM
- Presentation: 8:00 AM – 11:00 AM
- Breakfast will be included
Registration will be conducted through the West Coast Chamber Website
No charge for LHRMA members please use promo code: LHRMA2017
We hope you can attend this informative event.