The grass is greener on the other side. Employees with this mindset could be close to quitting—if they haven’t already.
When employees leave their jobs, HR managers have to restart the costly dance of recruitment, hiring, and onboarding all over again. With today’s hiring market, evolving labor laws, and overflowing HR tasks, the consequences of employee churn are heavy to bear. Turnover doesn’t just increase onboarding and training costs—it also reduces employee morale and productivity.
If you’re in HR or payroll, you’re no stranger to compliance management, forms, and deadlines—though keeping them all in order may be a different story. We want to be sure you’re equipped with the right information to keep everything on track year after year, from ACA to FLSA.
That’s why we put together the HR and payroll compliance calendar every year, to bring you an important list of dates and deadlines you need to know to help keep compliance on track for your workplace. Check out our latest calendar for 2019.
Maintaining compliance is a messy and often immense endeavor.
The ever-changing web of regulations and laws have HR professionals balancing benefits management, payroll runs, and leave reporting among other HR policies. At the same time, HR professionals have to stay on their toes with laws like the Affordable Care Act (ACA), the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), and more.
With all the time-sensitive tasks HR managers are responsible for, it’s understandable that developing and coaching employees might fall by the wayside. Between recruiting, onboarding, training, running payroll, and the thousand other fires that have to be put out on a daily basis, it may seem impossible to find time for work without an obvious deliverable. But whether it’s the work of HR professionals, team managers, or both, it’s worthwhile for your company to help employees develop their skills and plan for the future of their careers.