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The 5 Most Read HR Blogs of 2022


From the ongoing Great Resignation to a range of newly enacted laws, ExtensisHR has kept a pulse on it all. The Great Resignation continued, the importance of tailored benefits became even clearer, businesses focused on honing their culture and HR-related strategies, and many new laws and regulations were unveiled. Cost per hire.

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

Netchex HR Blog

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. Proper Hiring Practices. What is HR compliance?


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Compliance Checklist: Federal Employment Laws You Need To Know At Every Stage Of Your Company’s Growth


With a fast-growing small business, compliance is just one of many things on your to-do list, behind hiring, improving operations, and fine-tuning your products. Here’s a quick checklist of some major federal laws you’ll need to tackle at different employee thresholds in your growth. 1+ Employee. Equal Pay Act (EPA), via EEOC.

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The Complete HR Compliance Glossary


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. Age Discrimination in Employment Act ( ADEA ). A B C D E F G H I L M N O P S T U V W. Ban the Box.

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Accommodating essential staff through COVID-19

Business Management Daily

Employers pushed into new roles as delivery services must adapt and learn the rules on the fly. They will have to come up with employer guidance going forward, with the federal government taking an advisory role. The bottom line: Employers will have different rules depending on where their operations are.

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WIRTW #449 (the “do-over” edition)

Ohio Employer's Law

It culminated over the past 48 hours with Trump’s bizarre press conference , and withdrawal of his nominee for Labor Secretary, Andy Puzder. He is currently a law school dean. This right here is why you train your managers to take all complaints of harassment seriously. — via Eric Meyer’s The Employer Handbook Blog.