Earlier this month, our friends Tim Scott with Fisher Phillips and Patrick Sanders with SmithAmundsen teamed up with Compli’s Legal Content Product Manager Kynzie Sims for a webinar about employment law trends. Among other topics, they spent quite a bit of time discussing workplace drug policy at a time when no one is certain what […]
Do your employees think you’re serious about your anti-harassment policy? We posed that question to attendees at our recent webinar about employment law trends. Here’s how our audience responded: 40% said, “Yes, we walk the walk and talk the talk.” 54% said, “Kind of—we have a policy and training, but we could do better.” The […]
Joe Aakre is Compli’s Senior Sales Engineer, but you might know him better as Professor Joe, our resident scholar and lecturer on all topics compliance automation. Last week Joe stepped in front of the proverbial blackboard once again for a presentation about a topic we see our customers dealing with all the time: employment law.
Last week, we wrote about why organizations of all kinds should take note of Bill O’Reilly’s recent termination following an investigation into the anchor’s alleged history of sexual harassment. But among the trends and takeaways we focused on, we left out an important number: $45 million.
“We don’t just hand you software and tell you to figure it out,” says Wendy Miller. “We are only successful if you’re successful.”
We’re either on the brink of a new era in American history, or we’re about to snap suddenly back to the status quo. Marijuana is now legal for recreational or medical purposes in just over half of the U.S., and our country stands divided over what happens next. While advocates for legalization attempt to pass […]
We can all stand to learn something from Bill O’Reilly. That is, the former Fox News host can teach compliance-minded organizations—including automotive dealerships—not necessarily through his words, but by his example.
If you run a business, you make the rules. Tape a note to your bathroom mirror, or print it out in big letters and hang it on a string from the ceiling in your office—whatever you do, burn these words into your brain; embody them with your actions:
Ever wonder why it’s called a “board” of directors? Hundreds of years ago, a company’s decision makers would sit around an actual board when holding meetings. Back then, the word “board” could mean “table,” “plank,” or “shield”—basically any long, flat hunk of wood or metal. So, while odds are it was probably nothing more than […]
Have you registered for “Latest Trends in Employment Law” webinar? Thursday, May 11th, we will be hosting a free, hour-long online presentation about labor and employment legal topics for automotive dealerships.