Labor, workplace rule changes expected under Biden administration

Wednesday, April 14, 2021

Jeremy Glenn was quoted in Capital Press discussing President Biden nominating Julie Su, California's current labor secretary, to be deputy labor secretary. "Su comes from the most aggressive employee-protective state in the country," said Jeremy. He predicts the Biden administration will push for national pay data reporting, meaning some employers must report pay and hours-worked data, including workers' sex and ethnicity. He also expects labor officials to push for an expanded definition of "employee," meaning people performing services on a property may get more protections. He encouraged business owners to have clear contractual agreements when outsourcing.

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