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Upcoming Webinar

  • New Administration, New Posting Requirements? A Closer Look at the Changing Compliance Climate for Employers
    Tuesday, April 11th, 2017
    2 p.m. ET / 1 p.m. CT / 12 p.m. MT / 11 a.m. PT
    Hosted by Ashley Kaplan, Esq., Sr. Employment Law Attorney, ComplyRight, Inc.

    We have a new president and Republican administration in the White House, which means big changes for employers in the coming years. In fact, if history proves correct, you can expect a sharp drop, or even rollback, of federal employment laws and regulations.

    Think deregulation will ease your compliance burden? Quite the opposite. When federal activity slows, states and cities step in to fill the gaps. We’re already seeing this with minimum wage, paid sick leave, anti-discrimination laws and other legislation designed to protect employees. And these changes often lead to more labor law posters — and more complexity — for employers.

    Join us for this free, attorney-led webinar to learn more about the changes already in play — and what you can do during this time of transition. You will learn:

    • Why federal deregulation triggers state and local activity
    • The key employment laws and regulations undergoing change
    • How these changes are impacting your posting requirements
    • Practical tips for multi-location and multi-state businesses
    • Steps you can take now to prepare and protect your business
    Brought to you by ComplyRight

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Tools & Tips
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