Avoiding Risks in New Hire Onboarding – State Compliance Best Practices
Avoiding risks in new hire onboarding:
State compliance best practices to help protect your organization
Many view a successful onboarding process as one that brings new hires into the organization seamlessly, preparing them to make a positive impact on the company. But onboarding is actually much more than that. It is the start of your company’s interactions with its employees as it relates to state law compliance obligations that all employers face. See the complete article and overview below.
Why is this worth an employer’s consideration?
- State compliance legislation is quickly evolving, with varying requirements across states
- Forms and processes must meet requirements, posing potential risk of fines and litigation
- Protect your organization: track, develop, and consistently enforce required notifications
Why do you need to get it right?
Employers are more vulnerable than ever due to: increasing number of laws and regulations, government redoubling enforcement efforts, and attorneys are now searching for potential violations.
- Fines and penalties tied to noncompliance with certain notifications
- Future employee litigation – a major concern with wage and hour notifications
Best practices for state notification compliance
As new regulations and new hire notifications continue to emerge, organizations must be prepared to properly address them for any state in which they currently hire. So, what does being prepared look like?
View our list of best practices to better assess your needs and help protect your own organization.