HR Compliance2019-03-21T13:28:02-04:00

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Avoid costly lawsuits and fines by staying current on HR compliance 

Take a quick glance around your workplace  — what do you see? Dedicated team members working extra hours to finish a project? A job applicant hoping to get his or her foot in the door? New benefit brochures being distributed before open enrollment begins, and posters in the break room detailing minimum wage, paid leave and OSHA safety requirements?

All of these situations have one thing in common—they’re subject to ever-changing laws and regulations affecting how you handle them. If you miss one update or new piece of legislation, the ramifications can hit your company’s wallet and reputation.

HR compliance consultants, however, keep track of laws and regulations for you and bring any changes to your attention. It’s our job to monitor the human resources landscape and see how it affects your organization. So you can avoid costly penalties and lawsuits—and your time is free to devote to your employees and your business at hand.

At James Moore we offer a wide variety of services to keep you compliant:

  • HR operations assessment/gap analysis

  • HR compliance assistance

  • HR forms, templates and required posters

  • Wages and hours compliance

  • Drug/alcohol policy development and supervisor training

  • Position description development

  • Unemployment compensation management

  • Safety manual development and training

  • FMLA management assistance

  • Workers compensation administration

  • EEO-1 reporting

  • Affirmative action plan development

  • Health care reform monitoring

  • Employee vs. independent contractor

  • FLSA exemption recommendation

  • Records management and retention

Do you actually know what you don’t know?

Sometimes you have needs in areas you don’t know about. And that’s often where HR consulting HR compliance starts.
Whatever your question is, there’s likely an aspect we can tackle with you on your quest for excellence!


Top Compliance Issues

  • Should my independent contractors really be employees?
  • Do my offer letters have all necessary language?
  • Are we completing I-9s correctly? What if my new hire lives in a different location?
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Staffing and Recruiting

Staffing and Recruiting

  • Talent shortage: How do we get through the noise and stand out?
  • Why are behavioral interview questions important?
  • We received 100 applications; do we have to keep them all?
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Development and Training

Development and Training

  • How do I measure individual performance?
  • How can I improve performance and communication?
  • How do I guide employees through company changes?
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Benefits and Compensation

Benefits and Compensation

  • Are my company’s salaries and benefits package competitive?
  • How do benefits and compensation motivate my employees?
  • Am I paying tracking hours and overtime correctly?
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Employee Relations and Management

Employee Relations and Management

  • Are my employees happy, engaged and invested?
  • Investigations: How do I handle disputes between staff members?
  • Labor Relations: My employees want to unionize; what comes next?
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HR Management

HR Management

  • Start up: What do I need to hire my first employee?
  • What are HR best practices we should implement to move us forward?
  • I don’t have HR staff; where do I go to get answers?
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