Many labor experts expect the National Labor Relations Board, which had been perceived by many as pro-union under former President Barack Obama, to shift its focus with Donald Trump in the White House.
During the presidential campaign, Donald J. Trump made maternity leave a signature issue. Now that he is in the White House, Trump appears intent on pushing for paid leave for new parents who don’t receive time off from their employers.
On May 14, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission announced a settlement with a company accused of sexual harassment. The result was typical: The company agreed to pay $375,000 to end the lawsuit.