is the founder of Ulman Public Policy & Federal Relations
. For the greater part of the last decade, Josh has assisted businesses, business organizations, governments, and coalitions in developing and implementing strategies for achieving legislative and regulatory objectives on workforce-related issues. Prior to forming Ulman Public Policy & Federal Relations, he was Director of Labor Law Policy at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and labor and employment counsel at the Chamberís litigation center. Josh also served as Director of Government Relations for an association of human resource executives from Fortune 500 companies and for the 300-attorney labor, employment, and employee benefits section at a large international law firm. He practiced labor and employment law in Providence, Rhode Island, before coming to Washington, DC. Josh is a member of the Labor Relations Committee and Small Business Council of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and a member of the Society for Human Resource Management. He regularly speaks on public policy issues to groups of human resource professionals and others concerned about workforce issues.