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EEO-1 Reports Are Due September 30th

August 27, 2010 by Kathryn Carlson

For those employers required to complete an annual EEO-1 report the deadline is fast approaching and September 30th will be here before you know it. Any employer with 100 or more employees or those employers who are federal contractors or subcontractors must file the report....

Posted in: HR: Industry Updates Tags: eeo 1 report, EEOC, federal contractors, HR compliance, HR software Read More

Why Small and Midsized Business Really Need HR

April 01, 2010 by Kathryn Carlson

Is an HR function really necessary for small and midsized companies?  Sure, the typical executives or owners will say, we need somebody to handle transactional processes like processing hiring paperwork, background checking and payroll and help with the company party-In small...

Tags: employment laws, HR best practice, hr function, HR software, human resources practices, productive employees Read More

NADA convention and expo 2010 workshops

February 08, 2010

Are you going to NADA this year? Mark these workshops in your calendar: Location : NADA exhibit hall, room W102A (one level down from the expo floor) Saturday, February 13th 10:00 - 10:30am OSHA’s top 10 most cited violations by aut...

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Sitting ducks- why do business not follow basic HR regulations?

January 12, 2010 by Kathryn Carlson

Last week the EEOC entered into a $1.5M settlement with a Colorado auto dealer, and then on Monday announced another $85,000 settlement with a dealership in Ohio. In both cases basic HR best practices and federal and state regulations were not followed. The question is why?  ...

Posted in: DOL, HR: Industry Updates Tags: Department of Labor, EEOC, employment discrimination, HR best practice, HR compliance, HR software, Wage and Hour Read More

A $1.5 million dollar employment litigation recipe

January 08, 2010 by Kathryn Carlson

Take 90 new Department of Labor Investigators, add aggressive enforcement of the law, stir in limited corporate oversight, and combine with intricate laws that can be difficult to understand. Make sure there are no processes and systems that would force compliance of the law ...

Posted in: DOL, HR: Industry Updates Tags: Department of Labor, employment discrimination, HR best practice, HR compliance, HR software, litigation Read More