2022 Recorded Webinars
The OSHA general duty clause places a firm obligation on employers to take the necessary steps to ensure worker safety and applies to nearly all employers. While certain industries have stricter requirements, all employers should be aware of their basic OSHA obligations. Our 1-hour webinar covers OSHA basics, including safety policies, SDS compliance and reporting.
Coordinating Leave – FMLA, Workers’ Comp, Disability, and State Mandates
Our one-hour webinar will address common coordination issues between various forms of paid and unpaid leave including FMLA, workers’ comp, short- and long-term disability along with state leave mandates.
Remote Work – Promise, Perils, and Pitfalls
The COVID-19 pandemic greatly accelerated long term trends towards remote work. A tight labor market has maintained pressure on employers to accommodate remote workers even after many firms announced “return to office” initiatives. Our webinar will examine trends in remote work, advantages to employers and employees and the compliance challenges that arise.
Wage and Hour Compliance Pitfalls
The Department of Labor has recently announced the intent to hire 100 new investigators in its Wage and Hour Division. This announcement serves as a reminder that federal wage and hour regulations remain significant and that non-compliance poses serious risk. While we can’t cover all federal wage and hour regulations in a one hour webinar, this event will cover some of the most common problems, including exemptions, contractor misclassification and overtime requirements.
HR Risk Assessment/Top 10 Concerns for 2022
One of the best ways to remain compliant is to perform an HR Risk Assessment periodically. Join us for this 1-hour webinar as we highlight the top 10 concerns for 2021.