The 2016 election might be over, but the ramifications for employers are only just beginning. Donald Trump's surprise victory could have dramatic implications not just on hot-button issues like the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and immigration, but for the Department of Labor (DOL), Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and other government agencies. But how far will the changes go? And how can employers prepare for the uncertainty that lies ahead?
In this engaging 60-minute webinar, we will explore all of the key issues on your mind, including:
- Will the ACA really be repealed, or is a rebooting more likely?
- What can employers expect from the EEOC and DOL?
- Is overtime pay reform going to be off the table at the federal level?
- Paid parental leave was a campaign talking point, but how realistic is it?
- And how will the election affect the Supreme Court?
XpertHR also has a host of resources available to help employers navigate the uncertain terrain, but this webinar promises to provide a thorough overview of the many changes in employment law that could be on the horizon.
Anthony J. Oncidi is head of the Los Angeles labor and employment law group at Proskauer Rose LLP. Tony represents employers and management in all aspects of employment law. A substantial portion of his practice involves defending employers in large class action lawsuits. He has been recognized as one of the "Nation's Top 100 Most Powerful Employment Attorneys" by Human Resources Executive and Chambers USA, and speaks often on employment issues to large and small groups of employers.
Tony is a regular commentator on employment-related issues for public radio station KALW-FM in San Francisco, has been a featured guest on Fox 11 News in Los Angeles and a frequent guest as part of the XpertHR podcast and webinar series. He also has been interviewed by leading media outlets such as The New York Times, CBS News, and Newsweek and Time magazines.
David B. Weisenfeld is the legal editor for the preemployment background check, job advertising, and interviewing and selection content in the recruiting and hiring section of XpertHR.
Prior to joining XpertHR, he served as US Supreme Court correspondent and editor-in-chief of a nationwide legal news service, as well as co-anchor of the company's newscasts and editor of its employment law product.
David's work also has appeared in the ABA's Supreme Court Preview, Employee Rights Quarterly, USA Today and The Washington Times.