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monthly archives: September 2017

Hey Compliance Warriors! Today, USCIS issued updated guidance regarding DACA.This will affect many workers – employers across the nation, effective immediately!  Read on…

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We have recently made several updates to our HelpDesk Tool-Kits. Specifically, we have added a few more sample forms and documents to the HR  Tool-Kit and the HIPAA compliance section has undergone a major overhaul after a few months of work. But, that’s not all – We have slightly modified the color!  Read on…

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Hi Ya’ll! Here is another addition of HR in Aggregate. In this feature, I provide some of the  most interesting human resources update articles from the last few days. Not only do I aggregate HR articles, but I also include articles on the latest Payroll (Wage and Hour) concerns and happenings.  Enjoy!

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Over the last few years, Oregon employers have been faced with the task of keeping up with not just a few changing labor laws. Maintaining the latest information and ensuring compliance with these new state, local, and federal laws is an ongoing and very serious responsibility for employers and HR/Payroll professionals. Here is a little […]

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Protect your company against issues related to errors with your employee handbook.  Here are five questions you should ask to make sure you’re getting the most protection from your employee handbook.

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California employers are faced with the task of keeping up with some of the most complicated labor laws in the U.S. Most years, summer brings a whole new round of labor laws and regulations. This year is no exception.  Maintaining the latest information and ensuring compliance with these new state, local, and federal laws is […]

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Hey Compliance Warriors! The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) has finalized decisions not to defend the overtime rule finalized under the Obama Administration. Instead, the DOL has begun a new rulemaking process. Read on…

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