head shot of Joe Biden Employers can expect several changes will be enacted immediately through executive orders, while others will take longer as they go through the regulatory or legislative process.

Major changes to employment law are on the way when Joe Biden is inaugurated as the 45th president of the United States.

“In many respects, we are going to see a new legal trajectory from what we have seen over the past few years,” said Robert Boonin, an attorney with the national law firm Dykema. “Many describe it as something along the lines of an Obama 2.0 or an Obama 2.0 on steroids. There is a feeling by many that the Biden administration will want to mirror or even exceed the California model.

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