With the fresh start of 2015, now is a great time to take stock of your company’s workforce compliance – especially as it relates to human resources compliance. If you head into the New Year with a list of areas that need improvement, you’ll be able to effectively implement the compliance for your organization.
A great, easy place to start is your personnel files. Although it may seem like a minor aspect of workforce compliance management, it’s a critical piece. A checklist, such as the one listed below, will make sure your employee files are in great shape for the New Year.
After you get the paperwork in its proper place, are you organized with your human resources compliance data? It’s a daunting, overwhelming task. Learn how to consolidate, digitize, and secure your compliance data so you can focus on your organization’s greatest asset: your workforce.
Speaking of your workforce, did you train them on ethics in 2014? Enabling your middle managers to effectively train employees on the importance of your culture sets you and your workforce up for success. Having a well-defined corporate compliance culture and integrated automated compliance system will give employees the tools they need, and mitigate your human resources compliance risk.
- Your Employee Personnel File Checklist
- 3 Tips to Avoid HR Operational Liabilities
- Labor Law: Ethics in the Office
- The Role of Technology in Managing Anti-Bribery, Corruption & Fraud