A technology revolution is taking place. Find out if you’re keeping pace.
A full 56 percent of organizations say the Affordable Care Act (ACA) will significantly impact their workforce management strategy.* Organizations are faced with the challenge of managing complex, labor-related government regulations, union rules, and company policies. If your employee time and attendance solution is more than five years old, it’s outdated and may be falling short of meeting your compliance needs.
Register now for the webinar The Time & Attendance Technology Revolution: Are You Keeping Pace? Find out how the latest time and attendance technology can help you gain control of your processes, minimize compliance risk, and reduce payroll costs. You might be surprised to learn how much more efficient and easier to use your system could be.
With complicated regulations such as the Affordable Care Act, FMLA, and minimum wage compliance, it is now more important than ever for HR and payroll leaders to understand what is merely interesting and what is critically important in regards to HR technology, so they can take their much-needed seat at the table in more strategic matters. In this webinar, Susan Meisinger, former president and CEO of SHRM, and Jim Manfield, product marketing manager, will discuss the latest regulations from legislation, economics and employment, and science and technology that can help you navigate your way through 2014 … and communicate better with your workforce along the way.
This program will update participants on the new rules, laws and case decisions affecting workplace investigations including US Supreme Court Cases, Vance v. Ball State and University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center v. Nassar, NLRB updates on the application of the Banner opinion to workplace investigations, as well as lessons learned from Turley v. ISB Lacawana, and EEOC v. Spitzer Management. Learn why a company was found liable for Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress and why the court found an investigation inadequate in Turley v. ISB Lacawana. Learn the new definitions of key terms in investigations. Practice applying these new terms through two vignettes.
It’s what you do in 2014 that will determine the Affordable Care Act (ACA) penalties that your organization could face in 2015. In fact, you should already have the systems in place to manage the legislation, handle IRS reporting, and calculate “look-back” periods for each employee.
However, with variable-hour and part-time employees, tasks like determining eligibility and collecting information for IRS reports can be perplexing.
If you’re like most, this leaves you with concerns and questions around which hours actually count towards eligibility, how you’ll manage overlapping look-back periods, and the impact or potential risks you could face.
Join ACA experts Kristin Lewis of Equifax Workforce Solutions and Tom Dowling of Stinson Leonard Street for a complete playbook to calculating look-back periods, reporting to the IRS, and managing the legislation in accordance with ACA regulations.
Employers wishing to verify that their employees are healthy and fit for work, are likely to need some help navigating the ADA. In this webinar, Tyler will help HR professionals understand the ADA’s restrictions on an employer’s ability to make a disability related inquiry or require employees to submit to a medical examination, and provide them with the tools they need to avoid legal problems when working with this tricky law. He will outline a set of criteria that employers can apply to determine if a medical inquiry or test is legal under the ADA, and will explore related questions employers face using examples, case law, and guidance from the EEOC.
California’s employment laws are among the most pro-employee laws in the country. Employee separations – both voluntary and involuntary – carry risks in California – administrative actions and lawsuits. And, relying on an employee’s “at-will” status is not a guarantee of success against a former’s employee’s wrongful termination lawsuit. All employee separations, whether an individual employee or a mass layoff, must be carefully thought through in advance and carried out with equal measures of tact and firmness. Offer letters, employee handbooks, personnel files, and severance agreements require serious consideration and, if needed, updating, because employee separation is a serious thing in California.
Is your business up to date on all of the recent changes in California employment law? Come learn what these changes mean for your business, during our 2014 Employment Law Update presentation. Brian Koegle, from Poole & Shaffery, LLP will provide insight and practical suggestions which will assist you in bringing your company into compliance. Among the topics to be covered are:
• A review of the 2014 legislation, case law and administrative decisions affecting employers;
• An update on wage and hour laws, meal and rest period requirements, overtime compensation and calculations, reasonable accommodation laws and employee privacy, among other issues; and,
• An overview of upcoming and anticipated legislative changes and court cases for 2014.
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) and looming regulatory changes that impact healthcare costs and liability for all US employers are causing organizations to rethink their workforce management strategies and technologies. New rules require greater visibility into the hours employees work, new strategies for planning schedules that adhere to the organization’s planned response to the ACA, and heightened levels of reporting at the individual, organizational, local and federal level. Without a solid strategic workforce management foundation and the right automated workforce management tools, organizations will struggle to comply and make the right choices when it comes to healthcare reform. In this webinar, Mollie Lombardi, vice president and principal analyst of Aberdeen Group’s Human Capital Management practice will share her latest research on workforce management strategy and technology.
Regulation Z is affecting what, who, and how you background check your loan originators. If you are a financial institution or bank, attend this session to review the latest news on the implications of this U.S. regulation during your hiring and on-going rescreening of your employees, contractors, and vendors. Making sense of Regulation Z just got easier with this quick, one-hour overview with industry experts who explain the companies and positions affected, how to comply, and by when you need to take action: January 10, 2014. Get prepared for this change by registering now to access these industry experts’ advice.
What are the new enforcement tools available to OSHA, and how to they impact safety and health program management? This webinar will review OSHA's new and ongoing enforcement initiatives and policy documents that impact safety and health programs for companies doing business in the United States. The session will include: settlement requirements and strategies, national emphasis programs, the new regulatory agenda and pending legislative changes in Congress, whistleblower enforcement, SVEP and corporate-wide settlement requirements, and changes to OSHA's controversial Voluntary Protection Program. Learn the latest information to help avoid citations and costly civil penalties, and improve safety compliance. The stakes have already gotten higher and there are new regulatory compliance challenges just around the corner!