On January 20th, as President Elect Biden is sworn in as President of the United States, many in the Human Resources and Business Community will be watching closely as changes to our existing policies begin to take shape. 

Listen this week as Steve Nail and I are joined by our friends and Labor and Employment Law experts, Chris Gantt-Sorenson & Perry MacLennan, to discuss likely changes to the rules we know today!

While we are certainly being speculative in our assumptions- below is what we expect to see:

  1. Expansions of the Affordable Care Act
  2. Stricter COVID-19 Guidelines/Increased OSHA Requirements
  3. Expansions of paid leave (FAMILY ACT)
  4. Friendlier Labor Relations Policies and Programs
  5. Reversal of many Trump Era Immigrations Policies
  6. Increases to the Minimum Wage
  7. Increased anti-discrimination enforcement
  8. Stricter Rules on Non-Competes and Anti-Poaching Policies



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Kelly Mendez-Scheib graduated from Pennsylvania State University with a Master of Science, Industrial Relations and Human Resources, as well as a Bachelor of Science, Labor Studies and Industrial Relations from the Schreyer Honors College at Penn State. She serves as the Vice President of Human Resources at Tindall Corporation which includes overseeing workforce planning, and employment, compensation and benefits administration, development and training, employee relations and more. Kelly has performed numerous duties within Human Resources, and brings with her a host of professional certifications, including the Senior Professional in Human Resources certification (SPHR) awarded by the HR Certification Institute, Senior Certified Professional certification awarded by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM-SCP) and is a Registered Corporate Coach (RCC). In her spare time, Kelly also enjoys volunteering in the local community, teaching as adjunct faculty at local universities, serving as a foster mother, and spending time with her family and five children.