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No Summer Break for Agency Activities Impacting the Workplace
July tends to be one of the busiest months in Washington, as lawmakers and lobbyists work hard to advance legislation through Congress before adjourning for the August recess. This summer, however, is particularly busy with regard to workplace public-policy issues—not those being considered in Congress, but those emanating from the regulatory branch of government.
Here's a sampling of other HR issues on the regulatory agenda for this summer in addition to the overtime regulations rewrite:
SHRM Deploys ‘Full-Court Press’ on DOL Proposed Overtime Changes
Across the Country
States Remain Active in the HR Public-Policy Arena
Handful of Workplace Issues Teed Up for Final Action in Sacramento
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