Joe Biden vs. Donald Trump
As we get closer to election day, the presidential race is heating up. The 2020 election outcome will have a significant impact on employment law over the next four years. Biden has promised to implement policies that protect workers and unions, expand ACA coverage, and impose more government oversight on the COVID-19 pandemic. Trump, on the other hand, will continue his efforts to restructure or eliminate the ACA, create greater transparency with hospital and prescription costs, and escalate the lifting of quarantine restrictions to hasten economic recovery. Regardless of your political views and preferences, it is important to be aware of how workplace regulations could be shifting due to the 2020 election.
Below is a list of each presidential candidate’s position on key issues that impact employment law.