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Restaurants: an easy target for lawsuits

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Running a restaurant has always been tough and compliance with ever-changing laws has been challenging. In fact, activities related to compliance are often overshadowed by daily operational challenges – the key to survival. Compliance Human Resources Hospitality

Four Ways Nonprofits Can Sustain Growth For Years To Come

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Compliance with state and federal laws- While nonprofits have to comply with the same laws as regular corporations, the lack of financial resources make this task more difficult for nonprofits to manage. Nonprofits are one of the most growing industries in the US today.

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Six Ways an HR System Can Help The Hospitality Industry Gain A Competitive Edge

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Compliance is essential within a hospitality industry, but achieving and maintaining a required level of compliance is not the easiest task for many organizations due to the nature of its workforce.

Six Ways to know if you should change your HRMS

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If some of your needs are not met and you resort to workarounds or manual processes, you spend your money on extra manual labor and confront operational risks, ranging from compliance to financial mismanagement. A Human Resource Management System is a key part of any organization.

HR Technology Trends and Compliance Guide

Speaker: Marcus Ambrozy, Senior Sales Consultant, Hodges-Mace

Technology is evolving, and the workplace is evolving with it. In 2016, 43% of Americans reported that they spend at least some time working remotely, and Gallup has found that the ability to work flexible hours and work remotely greatly impacts employees decisions about whether or not to leave a job. For HR professionals, technology can improve the accuracy of your payroll data, make it easier to enroll employees in benefits (and change them), and free up your time for the big-picture projects you need to focus on. However, with change comes complications, and the key to maintaining compliance across a diverse and shifting employee landscape depends on implementation.

HR Software: When is a good time to buy?

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It is difficult to keep track of changing compliance requirements. Compliance & regulations are ever-evolving.

Four HR Challenges That Can Be Solved In The Retail Industry

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Compliance- Retail organizations must comply with all laws and regulations just like all other companies but the nature of the workforce makes compliance challenging for many retail organizations. The retail industry is constantly changing.

Restaurants: an easy target for lawsuits

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Running a restaurant has always been tough and compliance with ever-changing laws has been challenging. In fact, activities related to compliance are often overshadowed by daily operational challenges – the key to survival. And even when compliance does receive enough attention, the restaurant faces lots of gotchas, ways for employees and lawyers to exploit the system. Workuments includes a unique compliance suite designed specifically for the hospitality industry.

4 HR Challenges That Can Be Improved Upon In The Retail Industry

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Compliance- Change drives success in retail. An HR solution can help organizations become more proactive to prepare for new compliance changes and regulations by automating time consuming processes such as paperwork, reporting and tracking. With the right amount of planning and collaboration, compliance can become a less stressful task and let you get back to improving the customer journey. The retail industry is constantly changing.

How HR Can Build A Stronger Workforce Within The Construction Industry

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Building a strategy that plans for unexpected circumstances such as staff workers not showing up, overtime, sudden shift changes, and compliance issues can prevent unforeseen situations to turn into issues for the company. From paperwork to compliance regulations, keeping up with the workforce in a construction industry is not an easy task for HR. Employees Human Resources Software technology Compliance Construction Industry HR software workforce

The Top 7 Compliance Risks and How to Avoid Them

In this whitepaper, Paycor examines the top seven compliance risks of 2021 and offers best practices on how to mitigate your risk. Download Paycor's guide today.

6 Ways an HR System Can Help The Traditional Hospitality Industry Gain A Competitive Edge

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Policies & Procedures- Compliance is essential within a hospitality industry, but achieving and maintaining compliance is not the easiest task for many organizations because of the constant change from the government surrounding compliance rules and regulations. Making compliance a top priority in your company can benefit in other areas such as creating policy and procedure manuals and training assessments.

4 Ways Non-Profits Can Sustain Growth For Years To Come

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Compliance with state and federal laws- While non-profits have to comply with the same laws as for-profit the lack of resources such as time and money, make this task more difficult for non-profits to manage. Integrating an HRMS into your organization can help to track, report and assess all compliance requirements and the employee current status in each. Non-profits are one of the most fastest growing industries in the US today.

Core Hr: Is Your Organization Ready?

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It is difficult to keep track of changing compliance requirements- Compliance & regulations are ever-evolving. For industries such as healthcare, hospitality, retail, financial and construction a manual process to compliance many times leads to costly ramifications for the company because of a human error.

5 Ways HR Can Help The Public Sector Reach Their Organizational Goals

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Many government agencies struggle with the onboarding process because of the vast amount of enrollment and compliance forms that new employees need to sign before being legally able to work. Over the past 35 years, we have seen an emergence of new connections within what was once referred to as public service.

Charting Your Course Through Changing Regulations

Speaker: Bonnie Treichel, Senior Consultant & CCO, Multnomah Group

The world of work is changing. Today it is easier than ever to have employees in multiple cities across several states. Multistate offices used to be reserved for very large employers, but with today’s technology, even smaller employers can embrace this game changer. For employers, the multistate workforce allows the opportunity to cast a broader net to attract the best and brightest talent to the workplace. At the same time, it comes with challenges, including compliance with a variety of rules and regulations across different states and municipalities – some of which may conflict with federal law – and failure to comply could be quite costly.