How will potential changes to health care policy affect your benefits strategy? Will you be in compliance with new paid-time-off and employment regulations? What will be the impact of “Trumponomics” on your investment portfolio? With President-elect Trump choosing his Cabinet and preparing to take office January 20, now is the time to put a plan into place.
Mercer is carefully analyzing the health, wealth and career policy implications for employers and their employees. Check this page frequently for updates, and don’t hesitate to contact us with questions regarding your organization’s readiness for the new administration’s policies.
Keeping an Eye on Washington: Health care reform will be the sole focus of our monthly Washington Update live web briefing when Mercer experts will review the latest developments, assess what’s ahead, and share findings from a new Mercer survey on employers’ views of potential policy implications.
On Demand Webinar, November 2016: Mercer Select Intelligence Post-election Washington Update
In this post-election Washington Update, Mercer experts review the results and assess the potential policy effects on healthcare, retirement plans and investments, executive rewards, and talent and employment issues. Topics include likely legislative and regulatory priorities for the new president and Congress in 2017 as well as benefits and workplace issues expected to see action during the lame-duck congressional session.
President Trump has already begun acting on his proposed 100-day plan to dramatically shift US trade relations and immigration policies. These changes could disrupt companies' current Mobility practices. Read More
Consider these four Join Mercer experts for a January 26 web briefing highlighting recent executive pay developments. Mercer executive pay experts will discuss the latest from proxy advisers Institutional Shareholder Services and Glass Lewis, potential action on Dodd-Frank, say-on-pay frequency voting, stock compensation accounting changes and other new. Register
US Election: What's Next for Investors
Downside risks may be higher with the new president, but some aspects of Trump’s policies would be welcomed by markets. Our investments researchers offer predictions on market swings, taxes, trade and more.
How does the U.S. presidential election affect the economy, investment and strategy? What does it mean for organizations in case of hiring and spending, business planning, productivity and workforce management? Stay on top of key topics related to U.S. politics. Be prepared for changes; our team of professional consultants is always ready to help.