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Post-Election Compliance Outlook

On January 20, 2017, Donald Trump will be sworn in on the steps of the U.S. Capitol. With the Republican sweep of the White House, Senate and House some laws and regulations are likely to change. That begs the question – so what does this mean for you and your company?

ADP has been serving employers of every size and from every industry, over the course of a dozen presidential administrations. When we signed up our first payroll client in 1949, President Harry Truman was in the White House. An important part of his daily commitment and lasting legacy was embodied in a small sign he kept at his desk that read simply: “The buck stops here.”

Just as Harry Truman felt a strong pride and commitment serving as our country’s chief elected leader, ADP feels an enormous pride and responsibility as a resource and partner that American employers can trust for our understanding of complex compliance, financial, and strategic issues concerning workforce management. More than ever, employers will need to continue navigating complicated requirements related to how employees are paid and offered employer-sponsored health benefits. Current laws, such as the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), are likely to evolve through additional rules changes, presenting employers with more prospects for change.

To enable you to sort out the policy issues that may affect your organization, ADP will be conducting a special-edition webcast to present helpful insights into what you can expect over the coming year. Topics covered include:

  • ACA health care law provisions that may be modified
  • FLSA changes that are already in motion
  • Recently finalized new Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) rules and other initiatives that address the hot topic of pay equity.
  • Tax reform provisions that are likely to be considered by the next administration
  • The possibility of expanded retirement plan reforms
  • The impact of more state and local government laws, such as paid sick-leave mandates.

I invite you to join this free special post-election web event on Wednesday, November 16, 2016 at 11:00 a.m. Eastern Time. You’ll hear from two ADP experts who will participate in the webcast – Ellen Feeney, Vice President and Counsel – Global Compliance, and Pete Isberg, Vice President, Government Relations.

Please click on the link to register now to join this important event on November 16th. You’ll receive crucial information and insights into possible changes to HR and Tax Compliance in the coming year.

If you should need assistance with employment-related compliance issues, please contact ADP. Helping clients manage through change has always been part of our DNA. We’re consistently focused on the knowledge, insights, and innovations that can help our clients. To paraphrase Harry Truman’s timeless statement about leadership – “The buck stops here.”


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