The workplace is changing at a rapid rate and a host of recent developments affecting the legal landscape are creating considerable obstacles for employers. So what are the most challenging HR compliance issues to get ready for in 2018?
Join Beth Zoller, XpertHR Legal Editor and former practicing employment attorney for a 60-minute webinar where she will discuss the top HR compliance issues employers will face this year, and share tips and strategies on how employers and HR can prepare.
To gain a better understanding of the most daunting challenges, XpertHR surveyed approximately 1000 employers of all sizes across a wide variety of industries in all geographic areas of the US. According to our survey, the top issues include:
- Workplace violence;
- Workforce planning;
- Drug testing;
- Employee well-being and mental health;
- Salary history bans; and a usual stand-by
- The Affordable Care Act.
Zoller will address these issues and more. Plus, she will examine the patchwork of complex and often conflicting federal, state and local laws in this fast-paced webinar.
- Gain an understanding of the key workplace challenges employers will face in 2018;
- Learn about notable state and municipal legal trends affecting employers; and
- Ensure you are prepared for these developments to reduce your organization's risks.
Zoller covers topics related to discrimination and harassment, diversity, employee privacy, employee handbooks and workplace conduct.
She has been quoted in numerous publications such as the Huffington Post, Fast Company and Switch and Shift. She has also been a guest on Marketwatch Radio and Wall Street Journal Radio and has been a speaker at New York State SHRM's Go for the Gold Conference and HR Houston's Gulf Coast Symposium. Read Beth's blogs on the award-winning XpertHR blog.
Zoller holds a Juris Doctor degree from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law. Prior to joining XpertHR, she represented employers in a variety of employment-related matters involving discrimination and harassment claims, contract disputes, restrictive covenant and trade secret issues, and wage and hour disputes.