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Trump's impact on HR

How will Trump's election affect your work? Find out at:

LEAP 2017

Dear HR Specialist:

Donald Trump is President-Elect of the United States. And whether you were (or are) for or against him, his election means massive change for HR pros like you.

Here are just some of the areas where Trump administration policies may create confusion for employers AND employees:

  • Overtime. The new overtime exemption threshold of $47,476 will take effect on December 1. But Trump opposes the new rules, and has suggested small business exemptions
  • ACA. The president-elect has vowed to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act (aka Obamacare). Will this happen … how long will it take … and will Trump preserve some of its benefits?
  • Immigration. From E-Verify to guest worker visas … the new I-9s to possible repeal of many Obama executive orders, expect a virtual wall of new actions on immigration – with stiff penalties and fines for companies that fail to comply

Employers can also expect changes in areas such as minimum wage and leave policies. And Republican domination in Congress and statehouses nationwide may yield a wave of new legislation, regulation, and litigation.

Every one of these topics will have, as Trump might say, a yuuuuge impact on your work. And all will be addressed – in detail – at LEAP 2017.

LEAP 2017 – the Labor and Employment Law Advanced Practices Symposium – features more than 30 of America's top legal and HR pros, sharing their expertise on topics ranging from discrimination and unions to wage/hour and immigration. LEAP 2017 takes place March 29-31 at the legendary Bellagio, located in the heart of the dazzling Las Vegas Strip.

LEAP 2017 is designed specifically for you: the hard-working HR professional who needs specific, practical advice on how to handle the problems that cross your desk daily.

Here are just a few of the sessions you'll benefit from at LEAP 2017:

  • Employment Law 2017: The Latest Developments
  • New President + New Congress = New Challenges for HR
  • "Wage-Ing War”: Overtime, Pay Equity and Other Pay Issues
  • I-9, E-Verify and You
  • How to Win Employee Lawsuits Before They're Filed
  • Employee Handbooks Workshop
  • The Termination Workshop
  • … and Many More!

You need real-world solutions to your HR challenges. LEAP 2017's speakers are in the real world every day – all are practicing HR attorneys and experts. No high-flown theories, no pie-in-the-sky scenarios. Just good, solid actionable advice.

As an extra bonus, LEAP 2017 also features pre-conference seminars AND post conference workshops. These in-depth sessions boost your HR knowledge … offer added HRCI and SHRM credits … and are absolutely FREE with your LEAP registration!

Sign up for LEAP 2017 today. Act now to register at our Early Bird Discount Rate – saving you an extra $100.00 off the price others must pay. While you're at it, book your stay at Bellagio right away – rooms are EXTREMELY limited.

When confusion and misinformation reign, let LEAP 2017 be your Trump card. I look forward to seeing you in Las Vegas.

Sincerely,

Joseph L. Beachboard, Esq.
Moderator, LEAP 2017

P.S. Two FREE Bonus Gifts. All LEAP 2017 attendees will receive 6 months of our HR SPECIALIST: EMPLOYMENT LAW newsletter PLUS 6 months of our HR SPECIALIST: PREMIUM PLUS online HR information service – a combined $397.00 value yours FREE!

P.P.S. Two Critical Workshops. Once again, LEAP features our popular half-day seminars Wednesday. March 29. You can choose between the Healthcare Reform Town Hall and the I-9/E-Verify Summit – and still attend LEAP's free Wednesday pre-conference workshops! LEAP 2017 attendees get a 20% discount – register today!

P.P.P.S. One great, unconditional guarantee. If, after attending LEAP 2017, you decide it wasn't everything we've promised AND MORE, you get a full, 100% refund – every penny you paid. No hassles, no questions asked – and your course materials and FREE bonus gifts are all yours to keep.

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