Identify Critical Economic, Legislative, Regulatory, Business, and Work Force Issues That Will Affect Planning and Budgeting In 2014 and Beyond
As we enter 2014, what are the key employment issues we will have to address? From the sequestration and budget debates to the mixed domestic and global economies, strategic and operational budgeting and work force scheduling may be difficult to plan for and even more difficult to control. In fact, many of these issues may play a leading role in determining business objectives.
For the next three years the Obama Administration will have new opportunities to determine executive and regulatory employment initiatives. With a new Secretary at the Department of Labor and full membership at the NLRB board, we are likely to see new legislation and new board decisions supporting the administration’s position on equal labor rights and labor negotiations.
At the state level — often the incubator of new employment initiatives and laws — employer rights and prerogatives will continue to be eroded: from state laws that limit employers’ right to prohibit guns in the workplace, to laws that prohibit employers from requesting social media passwords, to restrictions on the use of credit checks during the application process.
This webinar by Ronald Adler is designed to help your organization identify critical economic, legislative, regulatory, business, and work force issues that will affect planning and budgeting in 2014 and beyond.
- A discussion of anticipated 2014 economic, legislative, regulatory, and work force issues
- An assessment of how these issues will affect organizational strategies and work force planning
- A discussion on the human capital risks related to these issues
- Management of these risks
- Planning techniques and factors to prepare for future employment issues
Who should attend:
This session is appropriate for HR professionals, managers and supervisors, CEOs, CFOs and risk managers.