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Look at These Laws! HR and So Many Recent Rulings and Regulation Changes

Posted on: July 8th, 2013 | Category: Government Regulatory & Compliance Issues, Human Resources, Our Blog

New laws that will affect HRWe hope you enjoyed your Fourth of July festivities and weekend. We hope fun was had by all. We mean that sincerely.

But why dwell in the past?

Now that it’s Monday, and in order to avoid being called killjoys (Seriously, we are not party-poopers!), we are giving you a heads-up for our upcoming, and informative series called “Look at These Laws!”. We will be highlighting some major legal and compliance issues facing businesses right now, and we strongly encourage you to check back weekly (or sign up for our new blog article email alerts) to keep yourself abreast of important information.

Here are the laws we will be discussing in the weeks ahead:

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We are certain this blog series will be of interest to employers of all shapes and sizes as we move forward under these new rulings. Stay tuned for more information that affects your company.

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