From finding and hiring the right people, to ensuring that you are in compliance with labor and employment laws, a workforce compliance management system can help businesses overcome today’s major day-to-day challenges.
Many industries are undergoing massive disruptions and transformations, and talented leadership is more important than ever. But finding and hiring the right people can be a challenge. Companies need to adapt their hiring processes in order to compete and attract talented people.
Once you’ve found the right individual for the job, you’ve got to properly manage them and ensure their supervisor knows and understands the legal requirements for the job. Organizations hoping to avoid expensive and time-consuming litigation can further minimize their risk by ensuring all critical employment documents are in compliance with labor and employment laws.
Who is ultimately responsible for compliance? And how can organizations ensure that they’re following the law? The Compliance and Ethics Blog argues that if every department is responsible for compliance, things will inevitably fall through the cracks with dire consequences. Instead, your compliance program must be centrally coordinated, with the compliance officer as the hub, overseeing all aspects of compliance for all the departments of your business.
Today’s technology makes that job much easier. Automated systems are becoming a critical part of internal departmental infrastructure and compliance is no exception. A workforce compliance management system can help to ensure that your organization and your compliance program is aligned, efficient and effective.
Here are additional resources on employment and workforce compliance management:
- Four Steps for Hiring Right People
- Ask Fisher & Phillips: Our Top 10 Questions from Dealers (Part One)
- Your Most Important Employment Documents
- If Everybody is Responsible, Nobody is Responsible
- Automation essential to banks’ capital calculations (Steering through Capital Requirements: Driving Manual or Automatic?)