Tag: Regulatory Update
KPA has been tracking state and local minimum wage changes and increases HR professionals need to know. Here is a roundup of changes starting January 1, 2023.
Next month, OSHA is changing instance-by-instance citations, giving administrators and regional directors the option to break out individual citations instead of grouping them together. The move could make citations extremely costly to organizations that violate standards multiple times.
The Federal Trade Commission has proposed a new rule to protect consumers by targeting junk fees and bait-and-switch advertising tactics employed by dealers.
The Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation requires managers to take 2 hours of safety training. Have you taken the training courses yet? The June 30 deadline is coming up fast.
KPA has been tracking state and local minimum wage changes and increases HR professionals need to know. Here is a roundup of changes starting July 1, 2022.
Last week, OSHA and the White House formally announced an indoor and outdoor heat illness and injury National Emphasis Program. We're covering what it is, what it means for you, and next steps.
A recent settlement from the Federal Trade Commission warrants a review of non-compliant dealership practices and how to save yourself millions.
The Federal Trade Commission banned an auto marketing agency from the automotive industry for violating laws and misleading consumers. The agency is banned from the industry for 20 years. Don't let that happen to you.
Updated January 26 - The Department of Labor and OSHA has withdrawn the COVID-19 Vaccination and Testing; Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS), although it is not withdrawing the ETS as a proposed rule. How does this impact your business? Read the latest.