Whenever the White House changes hands from one political party to another, labor and employment laws are likely to change as well. The more organized the incoming party, the swifter the change —and vice versa. When President-elect Trump takes office next year, the imbalance of a majority party that is not united and a minority party that is still a political force bodes for a volatile situation. Fundamental changes will not be swift, but employers will need to monitor developments closely to be prepared for potential outcomes.
What can employers expect?
What can employers do in the meantime?
For further discussion, see the presentation by Anna Elento-Sneed on “What Hawaii Employers Can Expect in the Trump Era.”Back to News and Information