Six HR Topics That Businesses Should Keep Top of Mind for 2019
Consider these insights from OSAE Member TriNet
The landscape for small- and medium-sized businesses is constantly evolving. Every year brings new HR requirements for business owners to navigate. Below are HR topics and trends that are likely to be top priorities for businesses in 2019, as well as some tips to help employers prepare for the year ahead.
1. Harassment prevention
In the next year and beyond, we anticipate that a number of states and cities will pass new legislation or expand on existing anti-harassment legislation that businesses will need to be aware of. The following locations have introduced new and/or updated sexual harassment prevention training requirements for late 2018/2019. Businesses in the following locations should plan to align their anti-harassment policies and training with all applicable regulations. Additionally, businesses operating in cities and states not on this list should still be prepared as anti-harassment legislation may already exist or could be adopted in the months and years ahead.
Additionally, it’s important to note that individual locations have content requirements that companies must include in their training. An HR professional can help businesses plan an anti-harassment training program that meets all applicable content requirements.
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