Issues and Advocacy
Chief Human Resource Officers Convene in Washington to Discuss the Future of Work in Uncertain Political Times
FALL OUTLOOK: A Pivotal Period in HR Policy
WORKPLACE REGULATION: Policy Battles to Continue at State and Local Level
DOL Secretary Acosta Withdraws Controversial Joint Employer, Independent Contractor Informal Guidance
Portable Benefits Bill for Gig Economy Workers Introduced
Uber Offers Drivers Worker's Comp as Legislators Look for Solutions
HR Policy Forms State and Local Committee as Employment and Labor Legislative Actions Increase Across U.S.
Clinton-Appointed Federal Judge Grants Injunction Blocking Seattle Unionization of Uber and Lyft Drivers
New York State to Consider Law Allowing Portable Benefits to Gig Workers
Sen. Warren Calls for Federal Protection of Employers Against Multiple State and Local Employment Laws
Senate HELP Chair Predicts NLRB Joint Employer Rule Will Make "Big Business Bigger and the Middle Class Smaller"
Uber Drivers Case Illustrates Challenges, Threats To More Flexibile Work Arrangements
Juries to Decide Whether Uber, Lyft Drivers Are Employees, With Implications for the Greater On-Demand Economy
Suits Against Uber, Lyft Aim to Expand Definition of "Employee" Within On-Demand Economy and Beyond
HR Policy Fall Labor Relations Conference Examines Home Stretch for Obama Administration's Agenda
NLRB Alters Key Component of Independent Contractor Test
HR Policy Warns NLRB Against Expanding Definition of "Employer" to Include Franchisors, Contractors
NLRB to Revisit Issue of Whether Company That Uses Workers Supplied by a Third Party Is Their "Joint Employer"
Employment Rights: New Pay Disclosure Rules for Federal Contractors, Minimum Wage Debate Top the Agenda
Workplace Regulation Nominees Move Forward