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Staying Afloat in the Sea of Employment Regulations

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Regulations have become a sore spot for many small business owners trying to make a living despite increasingly complex administrative burdens. A quick reference guide to the most important regulations, employment laws, and the tools needed to navigate them has become an absolute necessity for busy small business owners. Download this free white paper to capture to-the-point summaries and free up more time for doing business. Topics include:

  1. The top 4 tips for staying up-to-date on regulatory changes
  2. Common pitfalls resulting in fines due to the Employment Eligibility Verification Form (I-9)
  3. Detailed classifications in plain English for the Fair Labor Standards Act
  4. The key points to keep in mind in applying the American with Disabilities Act
  5. Clear guidelines on the strict notification requirements for COBRA, even if not subject to federal law
  6. Legal liabilities for business owners under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act
  7. Seven provisions of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)
  8. The training required in order to legally access health information
  9. What constitutes a new-hire or a contractor under the New-Hire Reporting Program
  10. Minimum Federal Standards for the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act
  11. Statistics and basic requirements for the Occupational Safety and Health Act
  12. The top 6 mandatory federal postings and where to go for detailed requirements by industry

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