U.S. Chamber of Commerce Employment Policy Division

U.S. Chamber of Commerce Employment Policy Division The Employment Policy Division regularly interacts with Congressional staff, numerous Federal agencies, and many national coalitions (some of which are chaired by the Chamber) to help define and shape labor, immigration, and employee benefit policy.

"It's disappointing to see members of Congress reintroduce this harmful piece of legislation. This bill is a threat to A...
02/04/2021
U.S. Chamber Denounces Reintroduction of the PRO Act

"It's disappointing to see members of Congress reintroduce this harmful piece of legislation. This bill is a threat to America's workers, employers, and our economy."

Read our full statement on the PRO Act below.

https://www.uschamber.com/press-release/us-chamber-denounces-reintroduction-of-the-pro-act

Today, Senate HELP Chair Patty Murray and House Education and Labor Chair Bobby Scott (D-Va.) reintroduced the Protecting the Right to Organize Act (PRO Act). The legislation, which claims to be pro-worker, would force employees to pay union dues regardless of whether they support a union, threaten....

10/20/2020

On September 18 the DOL published an Interim Final Regulation (IFR) related to the lifetime income disclosure provisions in the SECURE Act. The IFR lays out both the assumptions to use for the individual disclosures and model explanatory language that must be used to obtain the liability protection in the SECURE Act.

Please join the U.S. Chamber of Commerce on Thursday, October 29 at 1 pm Eastern where our panel will first explain the technical requirements of the IFR and then the practical implementation implications, including systems changes, integration with current calculators, customer service training and other steps for implementation. We will wrap with an open forum to discuss comments to the IFR.

Our panel will include:
- Michael Kreps, Principal, Groom Law Group
- Neil Lloyd, Head: US DC & Financial Wellness Research, Mercer
- Doug McIntosh, Vice President, Investments, Prudential Retirement
- Linda Simon, Benefits Specialist, The Boeing Company

Register here: https://lnkd.in/gZkibNB

Register now for an event looking at the importance of Employer-Sponsored Insurance and how policymakers can strengthen ...
07/29/2020
Strengthening Coverage: The Future of Employer-Sponsored Insurance

Register now for an event looking at the importance of Employer-Sponsored Insurance and how policymakers can strengthen the system!

https://www.uschamber.com/event/strengthening-coverage-the-future-of-employer-sponsored-insurance

Please join us for adiscussion with business and policy leaders from across the country on the evolution of the employer-sponsored insurance (ESI)market and the future of this important coverage optio…

U.S. Chamber of Commerce
04/15/2020

U.S. Chamber of Commerce

We are launching the Save Small Business Initiative — a nationwide plan to address small business owners’ immediate needs, mitigate closures and job losses, and mobilize support for long-term recovery.

Learn more: https://www.uschamber.com/save-small-business

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