Employers should be taking steps to avoid a Department of Labor (DOL) audit every year. However, in 2022, the DOL has announced they’ll be conducting significantly more audits.This year, careful preparation will be especially vital to an organization’s success. A complaint to the DOL could create serious financial consequences for an employer. Noncompliance with federal and state employment laws may incur steep penalties and fines, trigger legal action, and deeply damage an employer brand. Amidst The Great Resignation, a strong employer brand is crucial to landing top talent. This eBook covers the benefits employers will reap when they dedicate time and resources to avoiding a 2022 audit process with DOL investigators. Additionally, the eBook outlines steps employers should take to ensure employees are properly classified and conduct internal wage and hour audits, as well as FMLA audits.
Download the eBook to:
- Get tips for performing thorough and effective internal compliance audits
- Learn best practices for reducing legal risk and exposure in the workplace
- Outline trainings every manager must receive in 2022
- Find out the workplace posters every employer must display for compliance—and how to share them with remote employees