Meeting Archive:
Don't Get Caught in the Labor Law Compliance Gap ... Posters Are Not the Only Employee Notifications Required


Meeting Description:

Did you know federal and state regulations require employers to distribute various notices directly to employees?  These notices cover specific topics and are triggered by a handful of employee-related events, from hiring to injury to termination.  

 
Just like labor law posters, the required employee notices vary from state to state — and change frequently due to new or updated laws.  For instance, in a single state up to 32 employee notifications could be required by as many as five different regulatory agencies.  And, these notices are required in addition to mandatory labor law posters.
 
Join us for this informative webinar where we will discuss:
  • What these employee notifications are
  • What you need to know to make sure you are in complete and full compliance 
  • Recent mandatory changes and pending changes
  • The risks of non-compliance
  • Tips for managing this aspect of compliance across multiple states

This webinar is ideal for HR and Compliance Managers whether you work in a small, medium or large company.  Sign up today!

Details
Date: Thu, May 16, 2019
Time: 02:00 PM EDT
Duration: 1 hour
Host(s): Ashley Kaplan, Senior Employment Law Attorney
 Presenter Information
Ashley H. Kaplan
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Ashley H. Kaplan, Esquire is the Senior Employment Law Attorney for HRdirect, a leading provider of human resource solutions and employment compliance products. Ashley handles all aspects of legal compliance and oversees the teams responsible for researching and developing Poster Guard services to meet our customers’ diverse needs.

 

Before joining HRdirect, Ashley practiced law with a national firm representing employers exclusively in labor and employment-related matters. With more than 20 years of experience as a labor and employment attorney and litigator, she has successfully defended businesses of all sizes in federal and state court and government agency proceedings. She also has trained hundreds of employers on how to manage HR compliance matters to avoid legal trouble.