Here’s What Democrat House Control Means for Trump Labor Agencies by Bloomberg BNA published on 2018-12-21T15:37:58Z Congress will have to work together a lot more in 2019 if we’re to see much action in the labor and employment space, both in terms of policy and confirming labor agency nominees. Of course, there’s little common ground between the two parties in recent years, but what’s certain is that Democrats, who will take control of the House, will ramp up oversight of past and ongoing moves at all of the various labor agencies—the EEOC, the federal labor board, the Labor Department, etc. This week on Punching In, Randel Johnson, a partner at Seyfarth Shaw and former lawyer for the House labor panel, discusses what House Democrats will be up to in the 2019 Congressional session. Host: Hassan Kanu. Producer: Nicholas Anzalotta-Kynoch.