When it comes to HR compliance, you can't afford not to follow applicable rules and regulations. Our articles on HR compliance issues are designed to help small businesses navigate their way around the laws and avoid getting in trouble.
Looking for information on labor law posters and labor law poster compliance? We've got everything you need to know about federal HR posters and state HR posters.
In 1993, Congress passed the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). The purpose of the act is to provide job security for employees who need to be temporarily absent from the workplace in order to attend to a family-related medical crisis.
Federal laws protect your employees from discrimination. Are you in full compliance with the equal opportunity laws that apply to your business?
Small business sexual harassment? If it happens at your business, you could lose your business! More importantly, it's just plain bad. Take a hard line against sexual harassment before it occurs.
Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) statements aren't new. You've seen them posted in the workplaces of all your previous employers. But how do you go about creating an EEO statement for your company's workplace?
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) was created to promote workplace safety. But it also has a mandate to oversee reporting and posting requirements for most small businesses. Here's how to maintain OSHA compliance in your workplace.
As an employer, you are required by federal law to retain certain payroll and wage records. A good employee payroll record will help you get organized -- and keep your business on the good side of the law.
Both you and your employees have reason to make sure employee rights are protected in your workplace. An employee rights kit can be a powerful tool for maintaining a fair and equitable work environment.
A healthy inventory of personnel forms can simplify your company's HR requirements. Here are some of the common personnel forms you'll need to streamline HR in your small business.
What does your company do with HR forms and records? If you're smart, you designate an official personnel forms 'filer' who is responsible for maintaining accurate and up-to-date personnel files for everyone in the organization.
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