Employment Law Trends for 2023 and Beyond

02 Mar , 2023

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As we move into the second half of President Biden’s Administration, a divided Congress will make it more difficult to pass federal legislation and create obstacles to advance the Administration’s regulatory agenda. However, there are certainly some employment related trends that we expect to see continue at the federal, state or local level. These areas include aggressive OSHA rulemaking, independent contractor classification, joint employment, pay transparency initiatives, restrictions on confidentiality provisions, and increasing use of AI in employment decisions. 

This program will highlight these trends and discuss what businesses can do now to prepare for compliance.

 

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