A new episode of my “Employment Law Now” podcast has just been released. In today’s episode, I provide an update on the Senate confirmation of the new head of the US Department of Labor, and am joined by OSHA attorney John Ho to discuss why all employers need to be thinking about OSHA’s impact on workplace issues, along with the other federal agencies you tend to hear more about.
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Still debating with yourself over whether you should subscribe to this podcast (new episodes release twice each month)? If so, you may have missed the past 6 episodes that featured sit-down interviews with NLRB General Counsel Richard Griffin, former FBI Agent and cybersecurity expert Austin Berglas, government and immigration attorneys Howard Schweitzer and Scott Bettridge, and in-house human resources professionals. Also provided in the first three months of this podcast series: discussions on relevant political appointments in Washington, as well as significant new court decisions and trends affecting employers and their workplace.
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I hope you continue to find the podcast informative. Thanks very much. Mike