U.S. employers adjust to current economy, identify concerns, new study says

Littler Mendelson’s recent study shows immigration and healthcare reform are top-of-mind for employers

As employers begin to adjust to the current state of the economy, they have some pretty big concerns—particularly healthcare reform and immigration, according to a recent study released by Littler Mendelson. The Executive Employer Survey Report, the second annual one the firm has conducted, looked at how the economy and recent regulatory changes are affecting some of the country’s largest employers.

“As the economy continues to recover, our findings suggest that employers are eager to expand their workforce and are starting to see a decline in the impact of some of the key obstacles facing workers,” said Thomas Bender, co-managing director of Littler.


Cathleen Flahardy

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