Last year presented employers with many new and difficult compliance challenges, including federal and state laws and regulations expanding worker protections, widespread adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) in the workplace, and increased enforcement actions by federal agencies. Employers have had to respond as courts and federal agencies addressed several hot-button issues. In addition to these novel and growing compliance challenges, employers have also had to navigate record-high inflation, economic slowdown, and an unusually resilient labor market. For many employers, these challenges made it more difficult to prioritize compliance or establish successful mitigation strategies because they lacked sufficient time, proper resources, or trained personnel.
We recently released our new 2024 Compliance Outlook that explores legal trends and challenges employers should monitor in 2024, discussing why they’re important and how they might impact organizations during this year and beyond. Click image below:
We also released a new HR Compliance Calendar to keep track of important tasks for 2024. This calendar includes a month-by-month summary of key compliance deadlines and helpful reminders for tasks to complete throughout the year. It also describes dynamic compliance tasks, which only occur when certain events happen, to help you anticipate those deadlines. Click image below:
As you consider the information presented in the Compliance Outlook and Calendar, evaluate which changes and trends you may be susceptible to in the upcoming year. Reach out to us to discuss the next steps and request valuable resources to help evaluate potential solutions and meet 2024’s compliance challenges. Together, we can address the challenges and identify opportunities presented in the new year.