Employment Law Developments in the First 75 Days
Tuesday May 23rd, 2017
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After the results of the presidential election came in, President Trump and other members of the federal government began making changes to policies that would impact employers throughout the country. These changes included modifications to immigration, transgender rights and protections, and health care reform, as well as shifts in the National Labor Relations Board and those at state and local levels.
Many of these proposed changes are still up in the air, including the future of the Affordable Care Act. The American Health Care Act was introduced in March and passed the House of Representatives in early May. It still awaits review in the Senate. Until any changes are made into laws, employers must continue to comply with the ACA requirements and regulations.
iSolved, a cloud-based human capital management (HCM) system makes it easier for small-to-midsize employers to keep up with changes on the federal and state levels. This solution stores all information, offers reporting, and includes dashboards for at-a-glance views of important data.
iSolved and myHRcounsel came together to put on a live webinar that detailed these employment law developments and updates in the first 75 days of the presidency. Download the white paper with more information about the changes and what they mean for employers.
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