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Brace yourself: Predictions and review of employment law for the new administration
Anticipating a new administration, this session will cover and review what the leaders have said they will attempt to achieve in the next 4 years, at least. It is expected that the National Labor Relations Board will be making far reaching changes and reversing many decisions made in the prior 4 years. Similarly, the Department of Labor Wage and Hour department will likely be looking to ramp up enforcement efforts, including a focus on independent contractor status. Moreover, pay equity has long been discussed and emphasized as an area of legal challenges and it is anticipated that new legislation may be enacted and enforcement will be strong. We will also discuss the new makeup of the House of Representatives and the Senate and what the party representation will mean. It is expected that the first 100 days of the new administration will bring many changes and employer challenges.
1. Review anticipated new legislation in the coming year(s)
2. What may be expected to be seen from enforcement agencies such as the Department of Labor
3. Discuss the possibility of new standards and restrictions on employer tools such as non-competes and arbitration
4. What may happen to the use of independent contractors
5. Will OSHA emphasize the requirement of providing a safe work place in the COVID era.
Dan Stern advises employers on labor and employment matters including affirmative action plans; wage and hour issues; and discrimination and harassment claims. By recommending and developing effective employment policies and procedures, he helps clients reduce the risk of
employment-related lawsuits. He is Board Certified in Labor and Employment Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. Dan works with employer clients to bring their existing workplace policies into compliance with best practices in the human resources field, and he provides day-to-day counseling which enables clients to make wise decisions in human resource matters. Understanding the frequent and complex employment issues continually faced by today’s employers, Dan has designed his practice so that he is readily and quickly available to his clients. He is a frequent speaker and author on employment matters and labor-related legislative changes, with a particular focus on wage and hour issues.
Ray Bissmeyer is Board Certified in Labor and Employment Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. He counsels clients in matters involving discrimination, harassment, retaliation, minimum wage and overtime under the Fair Labor standards Act (FLSA) and other laws and regulations governing the employer-employee relationship. He also represents clients before state and federal administrative agencies, such as the U.S. Department of Labor and the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and he defends employers in employment related litigation in state and federal courts. Ray is the Labor & Employment Practice Group Leader as well as a member of the Firm’s Professional Personnel Committee.
In-Person At the Norris Conference Center
Meeting 11:50 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
SAHRMA Member Registration $30
Non-Member Registration $40
SAHRMA Student $10
Chicken PiccataPan seared lightly breaded chicken breast with a white wine lemon sauce,
sun-dried tomatoes, capers and herbed fettucciniServed with seasonal Italian vegetables and garlic knots
Romaine salad with croutons and Caesar dressingrolls with butterfreshly brewed iced tea and water stationHouse Dessert IncludedCheese and Chocolate Cake Station
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