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Superb structure and content advisory for the LM avalanche approaching. I particularly liked the tripwire commentary and redirection to the Jump team. Then there are those masterful remarks in the communications tips, especially the employee-centric point.. Liked the set up to the toxic employee in a compressed time period...should be appealing to most managers.
W. Moyer

Always enjoy reading the latest and greatest posts and activity updates. This is a 'favorite' site for me and has been referred to several colleagues involved in and who want to learn about labor relations.
G.L. Moore

I learned a lot from watching the video. My Executive Team truly enjoyed watching the video and we will definitely look to your company for guidance and training materials in the future.
L. Johnson

Election Results and Expectations

If you are interested in election prognostications and missed our Fall Labor Update Webinar, you should review it here.  For another list of potential impacts to labor professionals, take a look at the details behind this list posted by Fisher & Phillips attorney Jeffrey Mandel. His list includes the following:

  • Immigration
  • Labor relations
  • Pay equity
  • Data security
  • Supreme Court nominations
  • Employee leave
  • Workplace safety
  • Wage and hour
  • Affirmative action and federal contractor compliance
  • Non-competes and other post-employment restrictive covenants

All four states that had a ballot initiative to raise the minimum wage passed them (Washington, Arizona, Colorado and Maine). Right-to-work met with mixed results, with Alabama enshrining the existing right-to-work statute in their constitution, and Virginia defeating a right-to-work initiative. However, due to Republican election victories at the state level, expect to see additional statewide right-to-work laws proposed for Kentucky, Missouri and New Hampshire.

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