2018 was, without a doubt, another extraordinary year for US employers. The #MeToo movement continues to have a tremendous impact on the workplace. In addition, the thorny issue of how to manage contractor classifications in the gig economy continued to evolve and new DOJ enforcement activity is heightening concerns about no-poaching agreements and other antitrust activity. In 2019, employers will confront a host of new laws in 2019 on topics ranging from sick leave, lactation accommodation, salary history inquiries and much more.

Our 2018/2019 Digest is a fantastic resource to help you navigate the changes ahead and chart your course for 2019.

 

Click here to download the full Digest.

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act proposes sweeping changes to the taxation of executive compensation and employee benefits. It aims to be effective as of January 1, 2018 – which means limited time to react.

This week our friends over at the Compensation Connection published a helpful alert regarding the proposed tax reform bill.

Click HERE to read a detailed outline of the key proposed changes.

Contact your Baker McKenzie lawyer for more details and stay tuned!