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Your Ultimate HR Compliance Checklist for 2024

Analytics in HR

This includes employment areas such as recruitment and hiring practices, compensation and benefits , workplace safety, employee classification, records retention, non-discrimination and anti-harassment policies , and labor relations. The risk of non-compliance can be detrimental. Since 2000, U.S.

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Are Your Employment Law Policies in Compliance?

HR Counselor's Corner

When reviewing your policy make sure: Background checks comply with Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA). Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) is properly carried out. Employees and Managers are provided with Anti-Harassment training. I-9 forms are completed correctly and maintained properly.


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10 Inclusion Tips for the Workplace


This software helps you make informed job postings, free of any racial, gender, or other types of bias, allowing you to attract more diverse talent. Ongig also: Scores your job ads for readability and highlights potentially off-putting features, like lengthy lists of criteria, extra-long sentences, and complex words or industry jargon.

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HR Rules and Regulations: A Guide to Compliance

HR Digest

Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) laws protect individuals from discrimination based on factors such as age, disability, genetic information, national origin, race/color, sex, pregnancy, or religion. From workplace safety to preventing discrimination, HR departments have a multitude of responsibilities.

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The Complete HR Compliance Glossary


Depending on your background, compliance can be one of those words that sends shivers of terror down your spine. A regulation managed through the DoL requiring employers to create programs and provide reporting demonstrating that they actively recruit, hire, and train covered veterans, disabled persons, minorities, and women.