Sean P. Redmond

Sean P. Redmond
Executive Director, Labor Policy

Sean P. Redmond is Executive Director, Labor Policy at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. 

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The NLRB’s Discipline Defense

For the last couple of years, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has been chipping away at the dubious legacy of the Obama-era Board—a legacy that by one count overturned 4,559 cumulative years of precedence and produced numerous decisions tilted heavily in favor of the interests of organized labor.

Misclassification Mayhem Dashes On

The state of California demonstrates its reluctance to foster a good business environment on a regular basis and with seeming alacrity, and one bugaboo du jour among the Golden State’s policymakers is the area of alleged misclassification of independent contractors. The upshot of their position is that employers deliberately fail to categorize such contractors as employees to avoid the extra costs and liability th

Colorado Drops Expansive Joint Employer Definition

The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment (CDLE) on May 25 finalized proposed changes to a wage rule it first adopted as an “

¡Ay Caramba! California’s Misclassification Mayhem

The fifth day of May is better known in many quarters as Cinco de Mayo, a celebration of the day that Mexico defeated the French empire at the battle of San Puebla on May 5, 1862.