11 Scariest Issues Employers Face in 2014

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Several employment trends can cause real problems for organizations like yours in 2014.

Changes in federal, state and municipal employment law have created new obligations and requirements to government enforcement; these can lead to significant civil fines and criminal penalties for you and your employer. Too, the rise in class action lawsuits for discrimination, immigration violations and wage and hour mistakes means it’s even more vital to ensure you’re complying with employment law.

Download this free guide to see the new 2014 requirements and recommendations on complying with the new employment laws.


FREE Guide to the 11 Scariest Issues Employers Face in 2014

Download this free guide to explore the following 2014 issues and what an employer should do about each:

  1. Handling Medical (and, Yes, Recreational) Marijuana Use
  2. Same-Sex Marriage
  3. Technology in the Workplace
  4. Healthcare Reform
  5. Immigration and Form I-9 Compliance
  6. Misclassification of Independent Contractors
  7. Minimum Wage and Overtime Violations
  8. Curtailing Background Checks
  9. Emerging Protected Classes and Curbing Workplace Discrimination
  10. Employee Leaves and Reasonable Accommodations
  11. Expansion of “Protected Concerted Activity”

Author: Beth P. Zoller, JD

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This report was updated at 4 p.m. EST on February 12, 2014 incorporating changes from the final regulations that were issued on February 10, 2014 implementing the employer mandate under the Affordable Care Act.