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Compliance Guide for HR Leaders

Stay Ahead of Violations and Fines with Our HR Compliance Guide

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As an HR leader, you’re the headlights of an organization and it’s up to you to illuminate any compliance issues involving recruiting, hiring, payroll or people management. It’s a lot to juggle, but we’re here to help.

Recruiting, especially in a tight labor market, is a fast-paced game and oftentimes the pre-hire phase of the employee lifecycle can be a risky time for employers. Keeping up to speed on the latest EEOC and OFCCP regulations is a must.

Also consider the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcements (ICE) is more active now than ever, and fines for simple errors such as incomplete forms can cost a company thousands of dollars. Verifying employment eligibility is required, and claiming ignorance is not an option if you’re audited by ICE.

As part of our commitment to help HR and business leaders make a difference in their organizations, we’ve published this compliance guide to help you stay current.

Inside you’ll learn how to maintain compliance with federal regulations, what potential violations to anticipate and how HR can help lessen risk across your organization.