HR 101 Compliance Made Easy US Employers Must Have

Streamline the most critical human resource (HR) processes and be in compliance with U.S. employment regulations
HR 101 Compliance Made Easy US Employers Must Have
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662.75 MB
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3h 15m



Donna Galatas


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HR 101 Compliance Made Easy US Employers Must Have

What you’ll learn

Set up and manage employee related records so it’s easy to find documents
Complete the I-9 Form for all new hires the right way so you don’t have to worry about passing an I-9 audit
Audit existing I-9 Forms and make corrections the right way so if you are audited everything is ready and organized
Decide which positions must be paid overtime so you can avoid fines, penalties and back wages if you’re sued
Organize your employment related records to create a Record Retention Program that will keep you ahead of legal requirements and reduce your stress levels

HR 101 Compliance Made Easy US Employers Must Have


The only pre-requisite is an open mind about the importance of HR compliance and the willingness to take action by following the step-by-step processes provided in this course.
Students are encouraged to complete the exercises after each lecture to benefit fully from the course. The content is provided through videos and downloadable checklists, guides, resource documents and quizzes.
You have my personal 30 day full money back guarantee, no questions asked, if you are not fully satisfied. No one has ever requested a refund!


UPDATED 5/4 2020: TEMPORARY POLICY FOR EXPIRED FORM I-9 LIST B DOCUMENTS.  Please be advised that USCIS has adopted a temporary policy for Form I-9 List B Documents. Because many areas are under stay-at-home orders due to COVID-19 and some online renewal services have restrictions, employees may experience challenges renewing a state driver’s license, a state ID card, or other Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification, List B identity document. Considering these circumstances, DHS is issuing a temporary policy regarding expired List B identity documents used to complete Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification.Beginning on May 1, identity documents found in List B set to expire on or after March 1, 2020, and not otherwise extended by the issuing authority, may be treated the same as if the employee presented a valid receipt for an acceptable document for Form I-9 purposes.In addition, the April 2020 version of the Handbook for Employers has also been uploaded to the proper course lecture for your convenience.UPDATED 2/14/2020: UPDATE TO FORM I-9.  The USCIS just released a 2020 version of Form I-9 as well as an updated Handbook for Employers.  There is a .pdf on-line fillable form which has a built-in workflow and helps you to minimize any errors when completing the form.  There is also a paper version for those employers who prefer to use it; be aware that there is no built-in workflow capability with the paper version, so you must be extremely careful that you double-check the employee section and the employer section for potential mistakes.  The two versions of the form and the updated Handbook are included in the course Resources for your convenience.UPDATED 1/14/2020: UPDATE TO MINIMUM REQUIRED WAGE RATE FOR OVERTIME EXEMPTIONS.  The US Federal Government has revised the minimum required wage rate for the salary test for several of the overtime exemptions.  The resources for each lecture in this section of the course have been updated to reflect this change.  The wage rate has changed from $455/week to $684/week.UPDATED 8/31/2017: UPDATE TO FORM I-9.  The USCIS agency has updated the Form I-9 on their website.  For your convenience we have included the new version, as well as the instructions, in the course resources.Let’s face it – HR can be boring and intimidating. However, this multiple 5-STAR HR course is FUN, EASY to follow and will SAVE YOU TIME AND MONEY in your daily HR business practices.  And who doesn’t love that?!Setting up and maintaining employee records is a critical HR task that could be confusing because there are so many different requirements. Not only are there several complex U.S. federal and state laws, but there also may be local jurisdictions that regulate HR record retention for private employers. This course walks you through how to keep good, well-organized HR records and minimize your  HR risks should you ever be audited. You’ll learn the intricacies of I-9 administration and the pitfalls to avoid, as well as the key aspects of classifying your jobs under Wage and Hour laws.This course includes over 3 hours of video lectures, quizzes and REAL LIFE ACTIONABLE exercises (not theoretical) on HR compliance:Section 1: Shows you how to set up or re-organize all your HR and employee files so you can keep everything organized and handySection 2: How to complete an I-9 Form the right way the first time so you never have to make correctionsSection 3: How to audit & correct an I-9 Form if you skipped section 2!Section 4: How to comply with job classification requirements (FLSA) which means you know when to pay overtime based on job dutiesSection 5: How to create a Record Retention Program to schedule what HR records to keep and what HR records to destroy and when to do both+++Bonus HR Resources that are Downloadable+++: Full script ebook plus 20 other HR templates and HR checklistsI invite you to review the FREE PREVIEW lectures so you can get a feel for the style and content of this HR course.STUDENT TESTIMONIAL: “Hi Donna, I thoroughly enjoyed your online class. I have been to a lot of seminars/webinars, and your class was the best regarding employee document management and retention. I hope you continue to create more classes for HR professionals. I will definitely enroll.”Take this course now and you can have your HR processes completely set up and easy to maintain within a few days or even hours.  No more sleepless nights!!


Lecture 1 Welcome to HR101: Compliance Made Easy

Section 1: How to Set Up Your Employee Records

Lecture 2 How to Set Up Your Employee Records

Lecture 3 What Records Need to be Retained

Lecture 4 Pre-Hire Phase

Lecture 5 Post-Hire Phase

Lecture 6 Post-Termination Phase

Lecture 7 Paper vs. Cloud

Lecture 8 Review Section 1

Section 2: How to Complete an I-9 Form

Lecture 9 How to Complete an I-9 Form

Lecture 10 Case Study – Ketchikan Drywall Services

Lecture 11 Critical Timeframes

Lecture 12 Phase 1: Complete the I-9 Form

Lecture 13 Review Section 2

Section 3: How to Audit & Correct I-9 Forms

Lecture 14 How to Audit & Correct I-9 Forms

Lecture 15 Phase 2: Audit All I-9s

Lecture 16 Phase 3: Correcting Errors on I-9 Forms

Lecture 17 Closing the Loop

Lecture 18 Red Flags

Lecture 19 Review Section 3

Section 4: How to Comply with Job Classification Requirements

Lecture 20 How to Comply with Job Classification Requirements

Lecture 21 Case Study #1 & Why You Should Care

Lecture 22 Non-Exempt vs Exempt & Case Study #2

Lecture 23 Exemption Tests Overview

Lecture 24 Executive Exemption

Lecture 25 Administrative Exemption

Lecture 26 Learned Professional Exemption

Lecture 27 Creative Professional Exemption

Lecture 28 Computer Professional Exemption

Lecture 29 Outside Sales Exemption

Lecture 30 Motor Carrier Act Exemption

Lecture 31 Review Section 4

Lecture 32 Bonus: Updates to the FLSA Overtime Law Effective January 1, 2020

Section 5: How to Comply with Record Retention Requirements

Lecture 33 How to Comply with Record Retention Requirements

Lecture 34 8 Factors Affecting Record Keeping

Lecture 35 Specific Records & Timeframes

Lecture 36 Paper Records vs Electronic Records

Lecture 37 Review Section 5 and Final Review

Lecture 38 Bonus Lecture: Hiring First Employee

Do you struggle to get all the HR paperwork filled out for your employees and wish you could be sure you were doing it the right way? This course is for you!,Do you worry that some of your new hires aren’t really authorized to work in the US? This course is for you! ,Are you absolutely certain that “manager” doesn’t need to be paid overtime? This course is for you!,This course is ideal for anyone who is responsible for the HR function and processes in a business: business owners, managers, franchise owners and human resources staff. It’s time to learn the RIGHT way to ensure you’re complying with U.S. employment laws.,This course will provide you with peace of mind knowing that you finally understand and can address each of the most critical employment law compliance areas. Once you complete the exercises and action plans included in the course, you will be ready for ANY related government audit or inquiry.,This course is not for general employees or individuals who are not involved in the human resources functions or processes in a business. ,This course only addresses United States federal employment regulations.

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