“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.
The CFPB releases a Monthly Complaint Report which provides high level insight on consumer complaint trends for 11 products including consumer loans. According to Compliance Week, of the over 1 million public complaints the top 100,00 are about debt collector’s harassing and deceptive tactics.
This blog post is the second installment in our ongoing interview series with Hudson Cook, adapted from Compli’s Definitive Guide to Workforce Compliance. For Part 1, click here. A lot can change in 15 years. Just ask Michael Benoit.
Our partners from Fisher Phillips stopped by this week to keep us all current on the legal maneuvering of the US Department of Labor between the federal District Court and the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals over salary-related changes in the federal Fair Labor Standards Act’s “white collar” exemption requirements. Here’s the scoop:
In 2016 US Auto sales increased for the seventh straight year. Unfortunately, workforce trends are not rising to meet the industry’s record sales. The turnover trends for the auto industry is an $8 billion-plus problem according to the president of ESI Trends, Ted Kraybill, featured in Automotive News’ latest on the industry’s people problem. The […]
Last month, we predicted that the 2017 National Automobile Dealers Association Convention & Expo would be one of this year’s highlights. In the days since our time in New Orleans, that prediction has borne out: it’s hard to imagine another industry event topping NADA100 in the next 46 weeks.