If you run a small business, you know how easy it is to get buried in a flood of paperwork … Read more
Dealing with paperwork is a necessary evil for many HR professionals. While following proper procedures is a big undertaking, developing a recordkeeping system can help to stay organized. In addition to managing employee records, protecting sensitive employee information is something every employer must understand. While it may seem like a lot of paperwork to manage, the documents you collect help support employment decisions, like promotions or terminations, and function as evidence in lawsuits, audits or investigations.
Cloud computing is dramatically changing the way companies do business. The term originated in the ‘60s from the cloud symbol … Read more
Hiring, recordkeeping, time and attendance tracking, employee discipline, filing 1099 and W2s … all of these tasks create overhead expenses … Read more
It’s easy to think of employee recordkeeping as one of the ‘necessary evils’ of running a business. And it’s just … Read more
The moment a small business owner hires employees — whether it’s just one or 10 or 100 — he or … Read more
In this digital age, electronic documentation is gaining traction over the traditional “paper trail.” Transitioning from paper to electronic documentation … Read more
OSHA already requires most businesses to keep records of work-related injuries and illnesses through Form 300A — Summary of Work Related … Read more
OSHA requires employers to conduct job hazard analyses, which are written descriptions of job tasks, potential hazards, and preventive methods … Read more
At ComplyRight, our mission is to free employers from the burden of tracking and complying with the complex web of federal, state and local employment laws, so they can stay focused on managing and growing their businesses.
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