Presented by Kara Maciel, Eric J. Conn, and Nick Scala
As we transitioned to a new Biden Administration, questions swirled about what the Department of Labor would look like in a Biden Administration, and we all made predictions about how DOL’s priorities would shift, who would be appointed to key positions, what would come of Trump-era DOL policies. Now, a year into the Biden Administration, we will check on those predictions and take stock of the lay of the land at Biden’s DOL, evaluating how the Department and its agencies have changed in 2021, from the status of presidential appointments at DOL, EEOC, NLRB, OSHA, and MSHA, to those agencies’ rulemaking, policymaking, and enforcement activity. And of course, we will make more predictions about what employers can expect from the Biden Administration’s DOL over the remainder of this presidential term.
Participants in this webinar will learn about:
• Biden Administration’s DOL Regulatory Agenda, including rulemaking and policy setting priorities around COVID-19 and other topics
• Status of Presidential Appointees in the Department of Labor and key agencies like EEOC, NLRB, OSHA and MSHA
• Enforcement initiatives and emphasis programs at those same DOL agencies
• Predictions for the Department of Labor over the next three years
This webinar has reached full capacity! If you are unable to join live, please know that we will send links to a copy of the slides and the recording to all of the registrants a few days after the program.