LABOR & EMPLOYMENT LAW SPECIAL BRIEFING

Check-In: EEOC, DOL and NLRB Compliance

By Pamela Wolf, J.D.

Under the Trump administration, the regulatory landscape has shifted in ways that range from nearly imperceptible to dramatic at the federal agencies that govern labor and employment compliance.

To better understand these changes and what they mean for employers, Wolters Kluwer’s Employment Law Daily editors reached out to a panel of experts familiar with the workings of the three federal agencies that most impact the labor and employment compliance environment – the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the Department of Labor (DOL), and the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB). Eric Meyer, Partner, FisherBroyles, LLP; Tasos C. Paindiris, Principal at Jackson Lewis, PC; and Jonathon Watson, Associate at Sherman & Howard L.L.C., shared their insights for a “check-in” on these three key federal agencies.

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Highlights

EEOC on the same trajectory

  • Compliance environment stable
  • Enforcement priorities
  • What are the tricky issues?
  • EEO-1 pay data rollback
  • Avoiding EEOC scrutiny

Labor Department shifting

  • WHD more employer-friendly
  • OFCCP in listening mode
  • OSHA still leaderless

NLRB turnabout

  • Joint-employer conundrum
  • Most problematic
  • Optimal approach
Check-In EEOC DOL and NLRB Compliance Special Briefing