President Trump Outlines Policy Goals Affecting HR in First Address to Congress

In his first address to Congress, President Donald J. Trump touched on a wide range of issues, from foreign policy to crime to improving education and infrastructure. Read More

Can Employers Ask Employees to Show Them Their Cell Phones?

Allen Smith, J.D., Manager, Workplace Law Content at SHRM, offers comments on checking the cellular phones of employees, both company owned and privately owned Read More

Alexander Acosta Is Trump’s New Pick for Labor Secretary

Former assistant attorney general and NLRB member has record of targeting fraud, corruption, white-collar crime Read More

Employers Project Strongest Hiring Forecast in 10 Years

Outlook mixed on impact of Trump administration policies Read More

New White House memorandum likely to result in delay of fiduciary rule

Article written by Brandon Long from the firm McAfee and Taft Read More

Tech Industry Reels from Trump's Executive Orders

Current article from SHRM with quotes from Jon Velie, an immigration attorney from Norman, Oklahoma and CEO of Online Visas. Read More

New OSHA rules Require Employers to Electronically Submit Injury, Illness Data

Question and Answers with Attorney Vic Albert Read More

Employer Health Benefit Changes again on the Horizon

Questions & Answers with Alison M. Howard, attorney with Crowe & Dunlevy Read More

Guidelines Allow Voluntary Employer Wellness Programs

Questions & Answers with Paula Williams, attorney from the firm GableGotwals Read More

Feds achieved favorable resolution in 90 percent of 2016 discrimination cases

Questions and Answers with Roberta Fields, labor and employment attorney with McAfee and Taft Read More