Bloomberg Law
Dec. 12, 2018, 11:22 AM

‘Future of Work’ Policy to Take Shape Outside of Congress

Tyrone Richardson
Tyrone Richardson

State legislatures and the Trump administration are likely to help move forward on regulations and laws governing the future workforce, filling a void left by a divided Congress that has yet to come up with any sort of bipartisan strategy.

The result for workers is likely to be a grab bag of approaches, with a few states offering gig workers minimum wage and overtime protections, the White House focusing on apprenticeships and training, and Congress waiting for cues from state experiments and outside experts, political observers told Bloomberg Law

One of the major policy issues that some state legislatures are ...