What Congress' Shift Means For Workplace Law

By Braden Campbell (November 7, 2018, 8:13 PM EST) -- Meaningful changes to the labor and employment law landscape are a long shot after Democrats took control of the U.S. House of Representatives, but the shift gives the Democrats a platform to spotlight priorities like workers' organizing rights. Here's a look at what Tuesday's midterm election results might mean for employers.

A New Platform for Democrats

Even without a majority in either house, Democrats in the 115th Congress proposed several pieces of legislation aimed at helping workers. Expect the newly minted Democratic House majority to move on some of those initiatives, even if they don't stand much of a chance in...

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