Being an employer is harder than ever, and HR tasks can be a drain on your people and morale. You’re facing continuous challenges from all angles, including: the time-consuming work of complying with regulations and to safety protocols. Risk is everywhere, and failing to manage that risk has real costs. So, what’s the plan?
Learn what it takes to stay on top of compliance changes without the fear of doing something wrong.
Keep up with the ABCs of HR
From the ACA to EEOC and everything in between, you need to stay abreast of all the HR acronyms to remain compliant. This requires constant learning and monitoring, as any misstep can cause real risk or harm to your business. Work with ADP advisors to guide you through COBRA, FMLA, worker's comp and more.
Do you have the time to keep up with all the changes?
Safeguard your business
Unfortunately, legal claims against businesses are more common than you may think. At any time, you risk facing complaints and claims. The most common are discrimination and wrongful termination.
Are you prepared to face unexpected legal issues?
78% of companies are bracing for more regulation.
Protect your employees and your business
Maintaining a safe work environment, as well as workers’ compensation, is a critical part of protecting your business. You could face significant penalties if you don't have the right protocols in place. But researching the right coverage, keeping up with compliance changes, and managing claims can be time-consuming and confusing.
Are you prepared for the unexpected?
Pay your employment taxes accurately
To avoid liability for unpaid taxes, late penalties and interest, your payroll tax must be paid on time and accurately.
Do you want the burden of payroll tax on your plate?
“ADP TotalSource has taken out the guess work when it comes to being compliant. I feel like I can go into any HR situation with no worries because I have a team behind me to guide me.”
Comply with changing regulations
Nothing seems to be more uncertain right now than how the pandemic has — and will continue — to change. The regulatory landscape is impossible to predict, so it’s important you have the ability to react and recalibrate quickly with every new development to protect your business.