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Compliance and policy

What can HR expect after the midterms?

With the 2022 midterms past, a benefits expert says critical legislation will continue the trend of inaction due to a missing middle ground.

As more states are legalizing marijuana, how should employers respond?

Nearly half of the U.S. population lives in a state where cannabis is fully legalized.

Pay transparency laws are here. What’s with the broad salary ranges?

Job postings with extremely broad pay ranges not only could open an employer up to city or state penalties but also could deter potential candidates.

DOL’s proposed rule may narrow the path for independent contractors

The proposed rule is far more nuanced than the current 'core factor' rule so taking a proactive approach is wise.

What California’s pay transparency law may mean for you

The new measure goes into effect in January and could signal a broader push for state and local laws.

Employees are demanding pay transparency. Here’s how HR should respond

As new laws mandate pay transparency, near-universal backing among candidates and employees may also push more employers to act.

Why San Francisco employers now must ‘flex’ schedules for caregivers

The city's mandate will create challenges for employers there, as well as for employers outside California, increasing pressure on them to allow flexible arrangements.

7 takeaways for HR from the new transgender guidelines

Standards of Care from the World Professional Association for Transgender Health suggest a direction for employers on trans inclusion.

Election day is coming: Employers need to be ready

Now is the time for HR to ensure policies around issues like voting leave are well-understood by both leaders and employees.

A warning to CHROs using AI tools: Governmental oversight may be coming

Since the White House unveiled its AI Bill of Rights blueprint, HR tech vendors predict that greater oversight from city, state and federal regulators is coming soon.