The Biden administration will probably be taking on on January 20, 2021. The administration’s strategy to employment legislation will seemingly be very completely different from the present administration’s. Moreover, Government Orders have performed a big function in how employment legislation is carried out in the USA. What adjustments can Biden make along with his personal orders? What path will the general administration take?
These are the questions I search to reply on this episode of HR Works with my two friends. I’m additionally excited to announce that this a SHRM-credit-approved podcast episode. Keep tuned for data on the way to get your credit later in this system.
My first visitor is lawyer Jo Ellen Whitney (https://www.davisbrownlaw.com/Jo-Ellen-Whitney) of Davis Brown (https://www.davisbrownlaw.com/) in Iowa. She is adept at managing the on a regular basis chaos employers and human useful resource managers face. She is thought for her approachable demeanor and sensible strategy to employment legislation. Jo is a prolific speaker and author, concurrently educating and entertaining audiences on the gray areas of employment legislation. Her shoppers are employers, managers, physicians, hospital directors, and HR professionals within the well being, manufacturing, telecommunications, know-how, agriculture, and finance industries in addition to not-for-profit service organizations. She is described as “prime notch” by shoppers she advises on a wide selection of issues and points regarding employment and labor legislation, well being legislation, truthful housing, privateness, and knowledge safety compliance, and contract and coverage points regarding grant funding.
Our different visitor is Charlie Plumb (https://www.mcafeetaft.com/bios/charles-s-plumb/), a shareholder at McAffee & Taft (https://www.mcafeetaft.com/) in Tulsa Oklahoma. He represents administration in all phases of employment legislation and labor relations. A lot of his follow is devoted to counseling employers on compliance with a broad vary of state and federal employment legal guidelines and laws and educating administration on finest practices for avoiding disputes arising from the employer/worker relationship. He additionally has in depth litigation expertise earlier than federal and state courts, regulatory and administrative businesses, and in arbitration issues involving claims of discrimination, wrongful discharge, retaliatory discharge, breach of contract, and constitutional legislation violations.