Employers Can Expect Pro-Union Agenda Under New DOL Chief

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President-elect Joe Biden’s pick for secretary of the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) is a traditional Democrat likely to push a pro-union agenda and a leader who will be eager to put in place pandemic-related safety measures, according to attorneys who advise employers.

On January 7, Biden announced that Marty Walsh, currently serving a second term as mayor of Boston, Massachusetts, is his pick for Labor secretary. Walsh has a long history of union membership and leadership, and he served as head of Boston’s Building and Construction Trades Council from 2011-13.

“In terms of his outlook, he’s

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