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Where 3 pieces of worker-focused legislation stand, halfway through 2024

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Congress is gearing up to go on summer break, and this year isn’t shaping up to be much more productive than the last. A myriad of labor and employment bills have been introduced in Washington, DC, over the past year, including legislation that would mandate IRA enrollment and a bill that would invalidate forced arbitration clauses in age discrimination lawsuits. But for now, none of these proposals have made it as far as President Biden’s desk.

We checked in on where lawmakers stand on three major policy areas that affect HR pros’ work: paid leave, workforce development, and worker organizing.

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