HR departments are always busy. They track hiring trends, follow market-rate salaries, manage benefits, oversee learning content, mediate employee conflicts, fill out paperwork, developing workplace policies and more. So what happens when you’re a one-person HR team? You do everything yourself.
And with the legal scrutinies put on the HR department, the stakes are high.
With constantly changing laws, court cases and EEOC and NLRB rulings — not to mention all your other responsibilities — how can you possibly keep track of what updates might impact your company?
Here are four tips to help you stay on top of legal and legislative changes in HR so you can make the most of your time.
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