Let’s take a look at your dealership’s Compliance Program…a good close look. My guess is there are a host of issues that are slowly draining the life out of it. Taken individually, they’re mundane enough to want to hit the snooze button. “I’ll take care of this after I put out this fire…after I get […]
The latest corporate compliance news, tools and insights to keep you cool, calm and compliant.
Love it or hate it, or kinda-sorta-don’t really care about it, or wish you didn’t care so much about it, or fear that you don’t care enough about it, or wake up every day feeling completely different about it—or all or some of the above with minor and/or major modifications—everyone has an opinion about the […]
Automobiles and text messages can’t seem to get along. As the primary technologies for getting around and communicating, cars and phones represent two of contemporary society’s most indispensable tools. And yet no one has figured out a way to safely use one while using the other, nor has either industry—automotive or telecommunications—successfully crossed over to […]
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.
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 […]
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:
The Federal Trade Commission created the Do Not Call Registry in 2004 and since then the rate of complaints filed has skyrocketed. Two years ago the FTC reported an amazing 300,000 complaints a month about robocalls and telemarketers. If seeing is believing, then take a look at Telemarketing Sales Complaints Over the Years infographic that […]