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HR and Employer Considerations in a Post-Roe v. Wade Workplace

Netchex HR Blog

In a controversial decision earlier this month, the U.S. For almost 50 years, the landmark ruling protected a pregnant woman’s liberty to choose to have an abortion. . With the recent Dobbs v. READ: HR Tips for Handling Politics Inside (and Outside) of the Office.

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HR Compliance: What is HR’s Role in Ensuring Compliance

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By creating and following internal guidelines centered around compliance, HR can ensure the organization is safe from audits, fines, lawsuits, and other negative impacts to the business. Learn more about HR compliance and discover the important role HR plays in overall compliance for your organization. Compliance is the process of defining, developing, and implementing various policies and procedures to comply with all applicable laws and regulations.

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The Essential Features of Benefits Administration Software

Netchex HR Blog

Your employees need options to be able to sign up for the benefits they prefer (especially when there’s an employee contribution), and your company needs to ensure accuracy, efficiency, and compliance. LEARN: What is Benefits Administration and How Can HR Technology Make it Easier?

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HR acronyms and abbreviations you need to know

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The many abbreviations and acronyms used by HR professionals can make it hard for people to understand and navigate HR conversations and challenges. This comprehensive list of the most common HR acronyms and human resources abbreviations can help you find your way. PTO: Paid Time Off.

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Top 6 Hidden HR Compliance Requirements for OSHA’s New Vaccine Mandate ETS

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When OSHA published the new Vaccine Mandate Emergency Temporary Standard (“ETS”) in the Federal Register on November 5, 2021 – all 490 pages of it – the broad strokes of compliance were as expected and previously announced by President Biden.