Labor Relations Policy Committee | U.S. Chamber of Commerce

Labor Relations Policy Committee

The committee develops Chamber policy and programs on a wide range of labor and employment issues, including: employment nondiscrimination, minimum wage and wage-hour, occupational safety and health, immigration, labor-management relations, union corporate/strategic campaigns, workplace privacy, work-family issues and leave mandates, and emerging international labor policy issues.

The committee develops Chamber policy and programs on a wide range of labor and employment issues, including: employment nondiscrimination, minimum wage and wage-hour, occupational safety and health, immigration, labor-management relations, union corporate/strategic campaigns, workplace privacy, work-family issues and leave mandates, and emerging international labor policy issues.  The committee guides and assists the Chamber's efforts to craft sound labor and employment policies in the interest of our members and their employees.  It also assists our efforts to counterbalance the efforts of other groups advocating the erosion of management rights.  This committee has a number of active subcommittees.  They are:  Wage, Hour, and Leave; Immigration; Equal Employment Opportunity; Occupational Safety and Health; International Perspectives; and National Labor Relations Act.

Recent Activity

CommentSep 25, 2017 - 4:15pm

Comments to DOL responding to the RFI on Overtime

VIA ELECTRONIC FILING: www.regulations.gov   The Honorable R. Alexander Acosta Secretary of Labor c/o Ms. Melissa Smith, Director Division of Regulations, Legislation & Interpretation

LetterSep 20, 2017 - 2:45pm

Letter to Congress asking for relief for DACA recipients

September 20, 2017   TO THE MEMBERS OF THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS:   The U.S. Chamber of Commerce urges Congress to act quickly to provide permanent relief for the approximately 800,000 individuals who will be negatively impacted by the