Proceeding under the assumption that current presidential election results will not change significantly enough to alter the outcome announced to date, it may behoove us to take a closer look prospectively at a Biden Presidency. In that vein, we could expect one of the first actions in a Biden Presidency would be to rescind a number of the Executive Orders issued by President Trump. More specifically, three such orders jump right to the forefront: restricting employment-based visas, banning diversity training in the federal government and scaling back civil service protections. In addition, we can expect Biden to quickly nominate someone to fill the empty democratic seat on the five-member National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), and move quickly to propose increasing the federal minimum wage to $15/hour. He will also likely look for ways to enact the Protecting the Right to Organize Act (PRO Act), but will not be able to implement that measure unilaterally as legislative initiatives will hinge on the balance of power in the two branches, but most especially in the US Senate. Finally, many anticipate that a Biden presidency will instruct the Occupational Safety and health Administration (OSHA) to increase worker safety enforcement measures and enact temporary standards to protect employees from COVID-19. And, let’s not forget the importance of the joint employer definition, codifying the ABC test and current right tow work laws!