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eBook: Six Employer Insights for Assuring EEOC Compliance

eBook: Six Employer Insights for Assuring EEOC Compliance

How to Avoid Blind Spots and Protect Your Business and Employees

Caring, common sense and simply following the “Golden Rule” can go a long way towards creating a business environment that ensures equal treatment for all and an absence of discrimination and harassment. But business owners, like all of us, have blind spots that must be recognized and looked for to determine whether exposures that could unknowingly lead to EEOC inquiry or investigation are present in their workplace.

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Trump's ACA Executive Order - and What it Means for Businesses

Trump's ACA Executive Order - and What it Means for Businesses

As you may have heard, on Friday January 20, 2017, President Trump signed an executive order which was essentially a broad policy statement on his intent to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA). While the order directs agencies with authority over the law to grant waivers, exemptions, and implement delays to relieve states and individuals impacted by the law, the order did not address businesses, so there seems to be no immediate impact on employers’ current obligations under the law.

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The Revised EEO-1 and What it Means for Businesses

The Revised EEO-1 and What it Means for Businesses

Businesses have been submitting information on the Employer Information Report, or EEO-1, for years. However, in September of 2016, the EEOC announced that employers would be required to begin submitting pay data on the EEO-1. This is a big change in the reporting process for companies.

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Updated Form I-9 Goes Into Effect January 22nd

Updated Form I-9 Goes Into Effect January 22nd

As recently covered in our client webinar, effective January 22, 2017, employers must use the updated version of the Employment Eligibility Verification Form I-9 for all new hires and for re-verifying current employees with expiring employment authorization documents. All employers are required to complete a Form I-9 for every employee hired to verify the individuals identify and that they are authorized to work in the United States under the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 (IRCA). Again, this form is for new hires only and you do not need to have current employees to complete a new form.

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Four HR Questions Facing Employers and Business Owners in 2017

Four HR Questions Facing Employers and Business Owners in 2017

With a change in parties and philosophies in the White House as well as shifts in the legislative branches, employers and HR professionals are rightfully wondering what the impact will be on their employment practices, current legislation and bottom line in 2017 and beyond. The steady preparations that many businesses had been advancing in anticipation of new requirement roll-outs and expected actions now have them asking themselves “how much are things going to change” and “what do we focus on now?”

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