Compliance has never been more challenging for business and for HR. But managing your risk exposure while trying to support strategic business objectives doesn't need to be a gamble. Thankfully, there’s a much more reliable solution! Modern businesses can create more productive and efficient HR teams, reduce legal bills and maintain a commitment to compliance, all while pursuing business growth and other strategic goals.
This session will show you how you can focus beyond hires and putting out fires by using XpertHR to:
- Save time, money and easily access accurate, up to date information to support your staff
- Create or update your organization's handbook
- Deal with paid sick leave administration
- Properly classify employees under the FLSA
- Achieve strategic goals more effectively
Day-to-day and strategic HR challenges have met their match. Find out how having the right answers at your fingertips can mean kicking your compliance worries to the curb, so you can finally focus on the big picture.
Book your spot now to join XpertHR legal editor Michael Jacobson, JD and Adam Kazansky, JD and VP Customer Success, on December 2nd for this free 45 minute showcase + 15 minute Q&A.
Michael C. Jacobson
Michael C. Jacobson is the legal editor for the organizational exit and investigations and litigation sections of XpertHR.
Prior to joining XpertHR, Michael worked as an attorney in Manhattan for six years where he defended employers and healthcare providers against wrongful termination, discrimination, medical malpractice and general liability claims.
Michael obtained his JD from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, where he was the notes and comments editor for the Cardozo Public Law, Policy and Ethics Journal.
Adam Kazansky is the VP of Customer Success for XpertHR USA, where he works with customers to assist them in achieving strategic goals through their use of XpertHR. Adam also supports the sales team by providing product demonstrations for potential subscribers.
Prior to joining XpertHR, Adam worked as an attorney in Manhattan for over eight years, spending five years representing commercial real estate ownership and management companies on contractual and general liability claims, including issues related to labor relations and workers' compensation claims.