Today’s post comes to us from Brandon Bielich, managing editor of The Workforce Institute.
If there’s one constant in the world of employment law and HR compliance, it’s change.
It seems with each new year comes a confusing slew of new regulations and legislative updates that could mean serious changes (and, sometimes, consequences) for your organization, as well as major impacts on your people.
The past year was no different, and 2023 is sure to be another year full of surprises — but it doesn’t have to be all surprises. For those of us who prefer to plan ahead, our good friend Kate Bischoff, employment attorney and advisory board member at The Workforce Institute, is here with her brand-new white paper: the 2023 Employment Law Review.
This white paper provides insight into possible changes in five areas of HR compliance to look out for in 2023 and information on trends in employment law. Kate tackles hot topics such as discrimination laws, leave laws, and recruiting regulations.
For instance, discrimination remains a top issue for lawmakers as they seek to alter how employers prohibit and prevent bias. Leave is another perennial topic, as the U.S. remains well behind other highly developed countries in leave allowances. And, despite increasing news of layoffs in several industries, recruiting remains hot and the rules regarding this area of HR are quickly changing.
Learn what it all means for HR, and organizations at large, in Kate’s can’t-miss report.
Happening TODAY: Don’t Miss Kate’s Year-End HR Compliance Webinar
Speaking of “can’t miss,” there’s so much to cover, Kate couldn’t just keep it to a white paper. Join her TODAY, December 13, at 1:00 p.m. ET, for a one-hour webinar detailing what’s ahead for HR compliance and employment law in 2023. Kate will discuss the most significant rulings in 2022, forecast what’s to come in 2023, and cover which actions will keep your organization in good standing in the forthcoming year.
From the impacts and compliance concerns stemming from hybrid/remote work to rising mental health problems to the National Labor Relations Board’s rulings on unions — you’ll definitely want to tune in to hear Kate’s takes on all these topics, and many others. Register now for today’s HR compliance webinar. Can’t make it live? Register today to watch the webinar on demand, at your convenience.
To say it’s been a challenging and trying couple of years for HR might be the understatement of 2022. HR professionals have had a lot piled up on their plates — much of which they never saw coming. But, with Kate’s 2023 white paper and today’s webinar, HR can prepare for what’s ahead in 2023 and help their organizations maintain compliance.
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