The WorkForce Blog
Since timesheet rounding can create compliance risks for employers, here are six best practices to follow to avoid the hazards associated with rounding worker time entries.
Check out this high-level review of six need-to-know compliance topics that every manager should know whether your new to management or an experienced HR professional.
Compliance with FLSA overtime requires knowledge of who must be paid overtime, who is exempt, and how to calculate overtime. Here are 8 common overtime questions you should know the answer to.
Most employers are familiar with FMLA, but few know about qualifying exigency leave. Learn about the 9 exigencies that require employers to grant FMLA leave here.
Tracking FMLA leave can be an administrative challenge. Here are 11 best practices employers should follow to comply with the FMLA and reduce their risk of non-compliance.
Europe’s new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is rolling out with fines up to €20 million or 4% of global revenue for organizations who break the rules. Is your organization ready?
Laws affecting workers are not set in stone. Regulations regarding leaves of absence, payment of wages, employee scheduling, and other workplace issues keep changing.
The ADA reasonable accommodation process can be perplexing, with mistakes often resulting in unwelcome and costly litigation. This blog post lists 7 common mistakes employers should avoid during the reasonable accommodation process.
A resolution for all employers should be to know and understand the laws affecting their employees and be ready for any legislative changes in 2018.
Are you considering putting off workforce management for one more year? Here are 4 reasons why you shouldn’t wait to start your workforce management project.
The Family Medical Leave Act’s regulations are strict. The way your company manages FMLA cases can determine whether the story ends in horror or success.
Predictive Scheduling laws are intended to treat employees fairly by requiring better scheduling practices, which can be a burdensome trend for some employers.