EEO-1 Pay Reporting, Overtime Rule May Be Repealed Following Trump Order

In an article on the Society for Human Resources Managements website, SHRM.com, David Michael, chair of Gould & Ratner’s Litigation Practice, comments on the challenges associated with the repealing of Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations.

“OSHA regulations that might be candidates for withdrawal are regulations that give the agency more authority to issue citations against employers and threaten jobs,” he said. “For example, the rule that would extend the agency’s authority to issue citations for record-keeping violations from six months to five years is a candidate for withdrawal.”








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