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2010 Employment Law Guide



Download whitepapers The Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act... the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Restoration Act... the new COBRA subsidy extension... a newly revised FMLA and ADA...

Employers saw sweeping new employment law changes in 2009 and more are on the way for 2010. The push for same-sex partner benefits in the workplace is gaining momentum (Obama recently extended benefits to same-sex partners of federal employees), EFCA could rear its ugly head after Congress passes health care reform, and the Healthy Families Act could require employers with 15 or more employees to provide seven paid sick days a year to employees working 30 or more hours a week.

And there's more to come. Learn how to navigate a new year of tumultuous employment law changes with the FREE HR Hero White Paper, 2010 Employment Law Guide.

This in-depth employment law guide will cover:
  • It's the Law Now - Legislation that went into effect or signed into law in 2009.
  • Executive Orders - New executive orders signed by President Obama.
  • It May Be the Law Soon - What employers can expect in 2010.
  • At the DOL... With its new fat budget, the DOL will be cracking down on employers.
  • At the EEOC... The EEOC is also expanding its staff -- and its investigations.
  • At the Supreme Court... New pending cases impacting employers.
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