President Trump’s First 60 Days: Practical Impact of Executive Orders, ACA Initiatives, Employment Visas, Overtime Rules, and More - On-Demand
Webinar now available On-Demand.
Since taking office on January 20, President Donald Trump has issued several sweeping (and often controversial) Executive Orders, selected a Supreme Court nominee, and started shaping the broad outlines of his policies both domestically and internationally.
What will be the likely impact for employers?
Now that the transitional dust is starting to settle, use this in-depth on-demand webinar discussing how newly issued presidential Executive Orders and other White House initiatives and appointments will likely affect your workplace.
- Which of former President Obama’s Executive Orders related to labor and employment live on—and which are “dead in the water” under President Trump
- The fate of the revised EEO-1 Report and other Obama-era regulatory actions
- The key areas where President Trump is likely to streamline labor and employment-related regulations, and the impact on American workplaces
- Strategic enforcement priorities and regulatory agenda policy updates likely to take shape under Secretary of Labor nominee Alexander Acosta, acting EEOC Chair Victoria Lipnic, and acting NLRB Chair Philip Miscimarra
- The likely fate of the stalled federal overtime regulations
- What HR professionals need to know about ACA form filings and compliance deadlines as plans to repeal and replace—or possibly merely modify—the law continue
- How the revised Executive Order relating to travel, Protecting the Nation from Foreign Terrorist Entry into the United States, affects companies’ policies on business travel and corporate immigration policy generally
- How the new Administration’s actions will affect employer-provided health benefits, including the possible fate of ACA reporting, play-or-pay, and the Cadillac Tax
About Your Presenters:
H. Juanita Beecher
Fortney & Scott, LLC
H. Juanita (Nita) Beecher is a nationally recognized expert on Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) and U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) matters. She is Counsel to Fortney & Scott, LLC with a focus on OFCCP regulatory affairs. Ms. Beecher's primary focus is labor and employment law with substantial experience with class investigations by the EEOC and OFCCP. She has more than 30 years of experience in labor and employment law particularly with class investigations by the OFCCP and the EEOC. From 2000 to 2015, she led networks of senior diversity, EEO and affirmative action corporate practitioners as well as senior in-house labor and employment lawyers.
John Hickman, Esq.
Alston & Bird LLP
John Hickman leads several attorneys devoted exclusively to healthcare reform issues under the Affordable Care Act, HIPAA privacy, health savings accounts (HSAs), and consumer-directed health care, flexible benefit plans, and related health benefit issues. Hickman has worked closely with health plans, financial institutions, and employers, as well as the IRS, the Treasury, and the DOL, in addressing health benefit issues. He has been inducted into the American College of Employee Benefits Counsel and is listed in The Best Lawyers and Who’s Who Legal.
Elaine C. Young, Esq.
Elaine Young is a member of Kirton McConkie’s International section. She advises a wide range of employers, including large multinationals and small businesses on the immigration, tax, and benefits aspects of cross-border employment. Her practice also includes helping employers understand and develop compliant I-9 and E-Verify practices. Ms. Young writes the HR Hero monthly Utah Employment Newsletter column and for the Federal Employment Law Insider on immigration matters and serves as editor of the Immigration chapter of BLR’s “HR Guide to Employment Law”.