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HR Issues Update
 

   12/6/2013
 

Washington Update

A Lackluster Year at Best for the 113th Congress, But Federal Agencies Keep Employers Busy
With the holidays fast approaching, 2013 is shaping up to be an extremely unproductive year legislatively, as very few bills made their way through Congress and on to President Barack Obama for his signature. However, federal agencies continue to keep employers busy as the government’s regulatory machine continues to churn out workplace regulations. [ More ]

SHRM Makes Views Known to Supreme Court
SHRM recently filed amicus briefs in two important cases pending before the Supreme Court: National Labor Relations Board v. Noel Canning and Integrity Staffing Solutions v. Busk. [ More ]

Member Advocacy

All in a Day’s Work: SHRM Volunteer Leaders Go to Capitol Hill
In conjunction with the 2013 SHRM Leadership Conference, over 400 SHRM members went to Capitol Hill on Nov. 21 to meet with their senators and representatives to discuss pending legislative proposals and what those proposals mean for HR professionals. [ More ]

Workplace Flexibility

When Work Works a Great Success in 2013 
The When Work Works initiative enjoyed a highly successful year, providing an impressive 95 workflex programs on effective and flexible workplaces, reaching more than 5,400 HR professionals across the U.S.
week, the U.S. [ More ]

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