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Employment Compliance Legislation Litigation United States Supreme Court

Labor and Employment Law Changes in the Trump Era

President Trump's first 11 months in office brought significant changes to labor and employment law. Immediate changes to the leadership and agendas for the DOL, the EEOC and the NLRB) have already occurred, along with reversals of policy and positions taken in court.

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President Trump’s first 11 months in office brought significant changes to labor and employment law. The Obama administration succeeded in enacting many pro-employee policies through regulations and executive orders. Due to the largely regulatory nature of those changes, the Trump administration reversed many of those enactments, and has signaled a much more business-friendly stance than its predecessor. Immediate changes to the leadership and agendas for the Department of Labor (DOL), the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) have already occurred, along with reversals of policy and positions taken in court.

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