You’ve probably heard a lot recently about cars that drive themselves. But what about vehicles that turn themselves off?
Monthly Archives: February 2017
Try before you buy works well for most things, like samples at a grocery store, mattresses, even neighborhoods. The promise is the same, try us because we know you’ll like us. So, you snack on that new cracker, you sleep on the queen matress for a month, and you spend a weekend in a condo […]
Of the lists you don’t want your company’s name on I would say the “Top 5 EEOC Violations” list would be the number one list to avoid. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) comes after you for sexual harassment violations, ADA violations and wrongful terminations to name a few. Not only will you pay financially […]
On the unfortunate chance your company’s subject to CFPB’s supervision and examination, you need to know what you’re getting into. The CFPB created a 924 page manual (version 2, released in October 2012) so that companies could be clear on what to expect – clear as mud, right? Tucked into that tome is a handy […]
Concerned about the Department of Transportation’s proposed speed limiter mandate? Join the club: based on the whopping number of complaints the DoT received during the comment period last year, virtually every member of the trucking industry opposes the rule.
“Honestly, keeping up is my greatest challenge. I can go to bed and wake up the next day and have a new policy I have to write just because someone decided that they want to pay $2.00 more an hour in one state. It changes everything. Honestly, compliance is outrageous.” Managing HR for a Powersports […]
Who doesn’t love straight talk from an attorney? One of my favorite aspects of our Definitive Guide to Workforce Compliance for Dealers are the interviews. Along with infographics and worksheets, we had the opportunity to record conversations with industry-leading HR, compliance, and legal experts, and their insights are the kind you don’t hear every day.
We love getting feedback from our customers. Frequently, the comments we receive don’t just help us improve our product, but give us a sense of some the larger issues and trends facing the industries we serve. For instance, here’s one recent customer quote that really stuck out to me:
A lot can change in 15 years. Just ask Michael Benoit, Chairman of Hudson Cook, LLP.