The past decade has been a quiet one in the world of wage and labor laws. With many regulatory changes in effect or soon to be in place, organizations must now prioritize wage and labor law compliance. This 2016 Brandon Hall Group report discusses the current state of wage and labor law compliance.

More than Just Compliance: The Changing Face of Wage and Hour Law

With 255 respondents across more than 35 industries, the results create a rather alarming landscape:

  • 69% of organizations act at the time of regulation implementation or revision, or react after implementation, rather than plan for the change in advance
  • 31% of organizations still manually create and manage schedules
  • 42% of organizations still partially automate measurement and reporting of individual employee actions

Download the full report with decision matrix to see what actions your organization can take related to minimizing wage and labor law compliance risk.