Businesses with employees in one state have plenty of regulations to deal with. When you open a location in another state, it’s even more involved.
Many state laws differ from Federal workplace laws. And some cities and counties have their own employment laws. Employers need to be aware of all the compliance implications.
Here are several issues to address when hiring in more than one location:
Seasonal Worker Exemptions
Meals and Breaks
Swipeclock workforce management software can help business owners comply with multiple state workplace regulations. You customize our software for each location you have team members.
Set rules for employee classification, overtime, scheduling, accruals, pay rules, job roles, union contracts, and industry regulations. Don’t risk a compliance violation by trying to manage compliance without workforce management.
Swipeclock offers WorkforceHub, the unified Human Resources portal that makes it easy to optimize the performance of your managers, employees, and organization.
WorkforceHub includes TimeWorksPlus, TimeSimplicity, and TimeWorks Mobile. We’ve just added onboarding, benefits enrollment, performance reviews, and employee engagement! WorkforceHub is created for busy employers like you who need to streamline scheduling, automate time and attendance tracking, maintain regulatory compliance, and decrease labor costs.
We can get you up and running with WorkforceHub immediately. Contact us today to request a demo.
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