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On February 12, the Trump administration released its proposed fiscal year 2019 federal budget, which contains a number of workplace-related proposals. The president's budget is a request to Congress to fund the federal government for the upcoming fiscal year (FY), set to begin on October 1, 2018. Most important, however, is that the budget submittal represents an outline of the White House's policy priorities for the coming year, funding of which will ultimately be decided by the Congress. Contained in the budget submittal are a number of labor and employment proposals, including an initiative to expand apprenticeship programs, one that supports the reintegration of the formerly incarcerated into the workplace and another that establishes a paid parental leave benefit program within the unemployment insurance (UI) program. With regard to health care, the budget includes a proposal to fund cost-sharing subsidies, a provision to support an ACA repeal-and-replace proposal and additional funding to support association health plans (AHPs). In addition, the budget submittal calls for funding for a nationwide, mandatory E-Verify program, along with a funding request for additional Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officers, including for additional worksite investigators. Below is a snapshot of the key workplace-related requests under the president's budget submittal:
As Congress considers the budget, SHRM will continue to advocate in support of proposals that will strengthen and support the workplace.
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