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The following resources will help guide your business’s human resource policies, practices and procedures, ensuring a safe and effective work environment.

This guide will assist employers in locating resources and answers to questions on the ADA. Information is provided to help employers with successful recruitment, and hiring and retention of individuals with disabilities. The guide also includes materials necessary to ensure that businesses have information needed to better serve customers with disabilities.

Offering employees a competitive compensation package is critical for recruiting and retaining top talent. Learn about some of the benefits of a competitive pay policy and the basics of compensation strategy design.

Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (COBRA) Employee Guide

This provides an overview of employees’ rights and responsibilities to benefits while receiving COBRA continuation coverage and the rules that group health plans must follow.

Most employer-sponsored group health plans must comply with the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA), which sets standards to protect employee benefits. This guide summarizes COBRA continuation coverage and explains the rules that apply to group health plans. It is intended to help employers that sponsor group health plans comply with this federal law.

While employers generally are not required to have an employee handbook, it is considered a best practice. Some laws require employers to communicate certain information to employees in writing and an employee handbook is serves as a valuable tool for employers to communicate policies, guidelines and benefits to employees.

The EEO-1 Report is a federally mandated survey that collects workforce data categorized by race, ethnicity, sex and job category. Under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, employers with 100 or more employees and certain federal contractors must report this data to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) by March 31 every year. Learn more to see if this mandate applies to you.

There are certain factors (i.e., number of employees, government contractor, etc.) that determines which federal posters employers are required to post.

To determine which federal posters are required, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) has an elaws Poster Advisor webpage. The poster advisor assists employers with determining which federal employment law posters apply to their organization.

The FLSA sets standards for the basic minimum wage and overtime pay. The FLSA also sets standards for recordkeeping and for child labor. The FLSA affects most private and public sector employment, including state, local, and federal government. This guide will provide details and resources to ensure employers are FLSA compliant.

This guide is designed to provide essential information about the FMLA, including information about employers’ obligations under the law and the options available to employers in administering leave under the FMLA.

Employee recordkeeping requirements make it necessary to retain records for a particular period. This time extends beyond an employee’s termination. Getting to know some do’s and don’ts of employee records retention can help ensure you remain compliant with state and federal law and avoid civil monetary penalties.

Don’t underestimate the importance of onboarding new employees. This guide will help employers implement a best-practice onboarding process.

Eligibility Form I-9 is required by the Immigration Reform Act, verifying the identity of an employee and their eligibility to work legally in the U.S. If an employer misses any steps or forgets to include the proper documents, they are at risk for fine with possible legal complications. This guide will equip employers with the completion and retention of the I-9 Form.

This article provides information from the U.S. Department of Labor on how to formulate job descriptions and remain in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA).

This document provides direct links to the workplace posters that employers are required to display under state law. These posters, including official translated versions, are created and updated by state agencies.