Employment law: ‘Uncertainty will reign’
President’s top priorities include the Affordable Care Act, federal contractors, and immigration.
Uncertainty is the name of the game when it comes to changes the Trump Administration may make in employment law and how those changes will affect your credit union.
“Uncertainty will reign for the next four years,” says Bret Yaw, an attorney with FordHarrison LLC.
Yaw spoke about labor law issues credit unions will need to watch in the future during a breakout session at the CUNA Human Resources & Organizational Development Council Conference Thursday in Las Vegas.
During the presidential campaign, President Trump didn’t clearly outline his position on employment issues, Yaw says. When he did, he sometimes changed his stance later on.
President Trump also didn’t provide details about some issues he wanted his administration to address, although daughter Ivanka Trump did push for things like six-weeks of paid maternity leave, a child care tax benefit, and equal pay for women.
Some say she may be influential, Yaw says.
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