A new year and new Congress means legal and regulatory changes coming soon. This overview of 2023 trends will help employers anticipate changes for their organizations and prepare for new legislation.

Hear from Experian Employer Services experts in HR compliance and tax on upcoming changes impacting unemployment management, I-9 administration, tax consultancy, and more.

Join this webinar to learn about:

  • Managing unemployment costs ahead of changes to tax rates
  • Upcoming changes to Form I-9 and Section 2 remote document inspection
  • State revisions to remote work employer laws and rules
  • Tax updates for hiring incentives, tax credits, and employment tax
  • What to expect from the 2023-24 Congress


Matt Kelley, JD

Vice President, Consultancy
Experian Employer Services

Gordon Middleton

Product Intelligence Manager
Experian Employer Services

Mara Nicholl

Sr Director of
Product Development
Experian Employer Services

Wayne Rottger

Vice President, Tax
Experian Employer Services

Field of Study:Taxes



Advance Preparation:None required

Delivery Method:Group Internet-based

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