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Workplace Developments Under the Trump Administration

Presented by Robert Fitzpatrick

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Course Description

Length: 55min    Published: 9/1/2017    
While there hasn't been much legislative action on Capital Hill since the 2016 election, the new administration has been busy making major changes affecting American workers and employers. It seems like every day that some federal agency takes steps to dismantle many of the guidances, orders, rules, regulations, etc. put in place by previous administrations.

In this program, Washington D.C. attorney Robert Fitzpatrick takes us through some of the key changes that have already occurred or are being contemplated by the Trump administration. Mr. Fitzpatrick covers the proposed Right-to-Work Act, NLRB and DOL budget and staffing changes, OSHA changes to transgender bathroom use, I-9 audits for foreign workers, the White House equal pay pledge, and much, much more.

Learning Objectives
* Understand what key changes to federal employment law have been made by the Trump administration
* Anticipate what changes are likely to be made
* Stay up to date on recent executive actions
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Robert Fitzpatrick


Featured Reviews

"Excellent wide-ranging analysis of workplace developments that have arisen thus far under the Trump Administration, as enumerated by the presenter, Mr. Fitzgerald. He is to be commended highly for this presentation and for his commentary on the likelihood of further developments that may be spawned by this Administration."


"Very knowledgeable speaker with respect to the subject matter presented."

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