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Labor Relations Changes Expected Under the New Administration

 
Think labor relations don’t apply to your company? Not so fast. Portions of the National Labor Relations Act apply to your company even if your company does not employ union employees. Or at least that has been the case. Under the incoming Trump administration, experts may not agree on much, but they agree that we can expect changes to labor relations law and policy. The question becomes what kind of changes and how swift?

This article looks at some of the sources of labor relations law and policy, what changes we might expect to see from these sources, and further what new sources of change and influence may arise in response to the anticipated sweeping labor relations law and policy changes.

All of these changes will be played out on a stage where union members throughout the country, but especially those in the rust belt who came out strongly in support of Mr. Trump, watch carefully to see how Mr. Trump balances his antitrade, pro-business pledges with union interest, meanwhile amidst Republican Party attempts to dismantle pro-employee legislation.

This author predicts that in order to stay on top of changes, New Mexico employers will have to think tweets, think social media, think local, think different; this is New Mexico after all.

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Eleanor Werenko is an associate at Sheehan & Sheehan, P.A. Prior to joining Sheehan & Sheehan, Ms. Werenko practiced law on behalf of several high profile clients, including Lafarge North America, Inc., BayWa r.e., TKO Advertising, Automotive Test Solutions, Inc., and Upleaf LLC, among others. She represents business clients in general business and commercial law matters during all phases of a business’ existence. Ms. Werenko represents and advises clients in simple and complex transactions as well as in business disputes. Her practice in these areas focuses on contracts, construction, real estate, taxation, land use and zoning.

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Eleanor Werenko

Sheehan & Sheehan, P.A.

Eleanor Werenko is an associate at Sheehan & Sheehan, P.A. Prior to joining Sheehan & Sheehan, Ms. Werenko practiced law on behalf of several high profile clients, including Lafarge North America, Inc., BayWa r.e., TKO Advertising, Automotive Test Solutions, Inc., and Upleaf LLC, among others. She represents business clients in general business and commercial law matters during all phases of a business’ existence. Ms. Werenko represents and advises clients in simple and complex transactions as well as in business disputes. Her practice in these areas focuses on contracts, construction, real estate, taxation, land use and zoning.

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