HR Compliance Woodland Hills
Compliance and Preventive Measures
HR compliance can include compiling and enforcing employee handbooks, accommodating disabled employees, approving temporary leaves from work, the hiring of new employees and laying off of current employees, etc. HR compliance also encompasses proper practices of payroll: paying workers on time, employee benefits, properly paying overtime, etc.
HR compliance ensures employers follow the rules set in place by the City, State, and Federal Government, as well as the code of conduct of set by the company and the terms of the contract, agreed upon at employment.
In the State of California, laws heavily favour the worker. Richard Grey has years of experience as an attorney for employment law cases and HR compliance cases. With a profound understanding of the law, Mr Grey will plan your best strategy, and provide your best chance at winning your court case.
Some of the most referenced laws that govern HR compliance include:
The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) – Established minimum wage, guidelines for overtime pay, record keeping etc.
The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) – protects employees who must leave work for medical and familial reasons.
The Uniform Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA) – Protects the jobs of civilians who enter and leave the military.
Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) – Sets standards for employees who qualify for voluntary pensions and health plans.
Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) – AKA Obamacare.
The HR Compliance service that Richard Grey provides does not only encompass an attorney role in court cases, Richard Grey can also help your company with what he refers to as “preventive law”. Mr Grey will help you structure your company so that you remain HR compliant. This reduces the chance that you will have compliance problems in future, saving you time and money from future lawsuits. Even in medicine, prevention is the most effective step!