December 8, 2016
Donald Trump’s administration is likely to resist new labor regulations, which could be a boon for some start-ups. Andrew Puzder — an antiregulation, pro-entrepreneurship Labor secretary — will take office as a growing share of Americans earn income from start-ups like Uber and Airbnb, where work is more flexible but less certain than a traditional job. Still, while new mandates may not come from the Trump administration, companies will continue to face mounting pressure to provide safety nets for their workers, sharing economy executives told CNBC….