5 Ways to Reduce Your Risk of Non Compliance

December 12, 2016

Don't be a statistic!

IRS, OSHA, WHD, EEOC, OFCCP…there’s an alphabet soup of government agencies, all with rules and regulations that businesses must follow. The financial risk of being out of compliance varies depending on the agency. 

One of the most common mistakes is incorrectly classifying employees, such as classifying non-exempt employees as exempt and thus wrongfully denying them overtime pay, or classifying an employee as an independent contractor so as to avoid providing him or her benefits.

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