What to Expect from Legislators, Regulators, and Lawmakers in 2011 (Oh Yeah, and Health Care, Too)
With the new year comes
resolutions to lose weight, the promise of an early spring, and big changes in
employment law. Even with the results of the 2010 midterm election, bringing
certain pro-employee legistlation to a halt, regulators at the Department of
Labor (DOL), Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), Internal Revenue
Service (IRS), and National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) are vowing to create
stricter rules and stiffer penalties, and will likely lead the way in changing
employment law in 2011.
Other key factors, such as Supreme Court cases, newly appointed federal
officials, and the ever-present healthcare debate will also affect employment
law in a major way. With all of these changes on the horizon, it's more
important than ever for you to be in the know about the latest employment
Learn how to prepare for changes and get a better understanding about what you
can expect from legislators, regulators, lawmakers, and health care in the
this complimentary White Paper now for more information the latest employment
law changes for 2011.
- The President and the Democrats will be able unlikely to make any
significant employment law changes through legislation.
- The focus will shift to the regulatory arena.
- The Supreme court will tackle several employment law cases.
- Health Care changes must be made in 2011 as a result of actions in 2010.
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