Stay In Compliance

Following local, state and federal rules for employee leaves and accommodations can be tough. How do you keep up with strict tracking requirements? What do you do when one employee is out on several types of leave at the same time?

Even if you have a human resources team, the task is difficult. But not staying on top of the regulations might bring risk and legal liability to your company.

76% of the workforce

76%

said their workforce has included an employee with a disabling condition.

Connecting employees

63%

are unsure how to connect an at-risk employee with assistance.

Implementation

48%

have little knowledge of how to implement a reasonable accommodation.

Data based on a survey of 300 respondents and conducted September 2014 by a third-party research firm hired by The Standard.

HR Time Burdens and Regulatory Risks

Organizations might also have compliance problems with the Department of Labor, which is conducting more probes and fining employers who don’t satisfy requirements.

How do HR teams with little time handle the increasing workload? How do employers and professionals minimize exposure to risk?

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HR Decision Maker, 5,000+ Employees, Government, taken from customer research conducted by The Standard in 2017

Very collaborative, very transparent, very forthcoming. They're doing the heavy lifting and it takes the burden off of us.

 

Smarter Ways to Manage Compliance

Best Practices for Administering Intermittent Leaves in the Workplace  
Find out how to handle periodic absences. Read this article by Lincoln Dirks, senior compliance analyst, and Sandy Johnson, disability and productivity consultant.

Accommodate, Don’t Terminate: Best Employer Practices For ADAAA Compliance  
Read about common mistakes employers make with ADAAA compliance. In this article, disability and productivity consultant Sandy Johnson and Alycia Bleeker, J.D., provide tips on how to avoid these errors and protect your business.

More Help for HR Teams and Less Risk for Employers

Working with a carrier who can track and manage your leave compliance makes a lot of sense. With the right expertise, a provider can help you manage risk, remain on top of the latest requirements and free up time for your HR team.


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