April 5, 2017 2:00 pm ET
by Jim O'Connell
If the president’s executive orders on the Affordable Care Act and immigration are any guide, employers can expect big changes in the scope, complexity and cost of federal government compliance requirements during the first 100 days of the Trump Administration. Working with a Republican-controlled Congress, Trump Administration policy initiatives can be expected not only to break new policy ground, but reverse Obama Administration positions on several key compliance issues. Employers need to be ready to adapt quickly to changing government requirements and should expect the driving principles to be deregulation—and jobs.
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