If you are feeling overwhelmed by all of the regulations and executive orders, relax! To get you started on your own audit, I’ve put together an HR Compliance Checklist for Government Contractors that addresses the ‘biggest’ HR-related laws specific to the federal contracting space. You can compare your contracts by type and size to get a good idea of what laws and regulations apply to your company so you can operate lawfully and not risk penalties associated with non-compliance.
This blog is Part Two of a three-part series on HR Compliance for Government Contractors. Part One addresses the process to follow to determine the applicability different federal regulations to your company, and Part Two provides a walkthrough and checklist to determine applicability of specific laws and executive orders. Part Three will discuss compliance resources […]Read More »
Mitigate Risk with an FLSA Audit December 1st has come and gone, and like many others, you may be relieved that businesses did not have to comply with the Department of Labor’s Final Rule on FLSA White Collar Exemptions because of the Injunction issued on November 22nd by a Federal Judge in Texas. However, with […]Read More »
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Much like the word “union”, the term “service contract” can make almost any HR professional shudder from compliance fear. In our experience when consulting with clients, this fear is derived from a lack of understanding the regulations contained within the Service Contract Labor Standards (SCLS). Check out this guide for a break down the basics of the regulations so you can then begin to formulate a plan on how you will apply this information to your SCLS contracts.
DC Labor Law Compliance Review If you’re in a leadership role at a company based in Washington DC, you’re no stranger to the fact that DC has created numerous employment laws that go above and beyond the standards set at the federal level. If your company is headquartered outside of DC and has employees working […]Read More »
New Overtime Changes on Hold… For Now Less than two weeks before the Department of Labor’s controversial new federal overtime rule was scheduled to take effect, a federal judge in Texas issued a nationwide preliminary injunction preventing the Department of Labor from implementing the new rule. The new rule would have doubled the minimum salary […]Read More »
One of the biggest concerns my clients have when we begin working together is keeping their business out of trouble with the federal government. If this is of concern to you as well, I’m hopeful this article will help provide a bit of clarity for you as you navigate the muddy waters of federal contracting. […]Read More »
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