Halfway through the current administration, it’s unlikely there will be much significant employment legislation passed between now and the next election. With the Democrats controlling the House of Representatives, it doesn’t really matter what laws the president proposes and the Senate passes. There won’t be any consensus on major legislative policy initiatives.
But that’s not to say significant employment policies won’t be implemented. Administratively, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) will continue on their path of reversing all Obama-era regulatory initiatives. And, as had been widely anticipated or feared (depending on your point of view), the courts will place their stamp on employment law.