Employment issues tend to be a combination of HR matters and the underlying legal implications. Our customized on-site training allows you to select the topics most important to you. These customized solutions can assist you with compliance, or ensure your managers are prepared to address employment-related risk. Helping you to develop your most important asset — your human capital.
We also recognize your need to provide training to your employees, front-line managers and supervisors. We are pleased to offer training options that allow you to control and direct the training. You facilitate the training — we supply all the resources you need including materials, guides, videos and tests.
The Cadillac Tax is set to go into effect in 2020, after having been delayed by Congress a few years ago. What should employers do now? Estimate your exposure to the Cadillac Tax using reasonable assumptions, look for ways to minimize or delay the exposure, make incremental changes and prioritize large changes where feasible. This can put you in a good position for facing and responding to the Cadillac Tax.
This rule is intended to help create a safer work environment for commercial motor vehicle (CMV) drivers and make it easier and faster to accurately track, manage and share records of duty status (RODS) data. The final rule also prohibits certain drivers from operating a CMV without an ELD. The final rule became effective on Feburary. 16, 2016, and full compliance with the rule is expected by December 18, 2017.
Snow days were a highlight of winter when many of us were children, but now winter weather presents a host of difficulties for employers. There are safety concerns, OSHA regulations to comply with, potential liability risks, attendance confusion and pay-related issues. It’s important to be prepared for all scenarios associated with inclement weather before the weather arrives, and to make sure employees are properly informed of all relevant policies and procedures.
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