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Webinar: What Can Employers Expect in the Second Obama Term?
President Obama's first term brought significant changes for healthcare employers. Legislation such as the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010 has impacted the direction of the healthcare industry with its legal and compliance implications. With the commencement of Obama's second term, it is a good time to consider the anticipated legal and regulatory environment during the next four years as you plan ahead for your organization. PreCheck hosted a complimentary webinar featuring Healthcare Practice Group Chair A. Kevin Troutman of the national labor and employment law firm Fisher & Phillips on Thursday, February 21, 2013.
Topics Covered in February's Employment Law Webinar:
- New areas of emphasis for the EEOC
- DOL enforcement initiatives
- The NLRB's new agenda and its effect on non-union employers
- Affordable Care Act overview
- Immigration reform
- What employers can do to be prepared
In case you missed our webinar, you can still download the presentation slides to review on your own time. Fisher & Phillips also provided an employer checklist so that you can assess your organization's employment screening practices.
Disclaimer: The material covered in this webinar is dated February 2013 and comments could change as time goes on, depending upon a wide range of variables.
Presented by Kevin Troutman, Attorney at Law at Fisher & Phillips
Kevin Troutman is a partner in the Houston office of Fisher & Phillips, one of the oldest and largest firms in the country that focuses its practice exclusively on representing management in labor and employment matters. Before attending law school, Kevin worked for 17 years as a human resources executive in both corporate and not-for-profit hospital systems.
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