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Managing compliance requirements can be a constant for employers, especially when you add the complexities of a remote or hybrid workforce. Tracking each states’ differing and evolving HR-oriented requirements, tax regulations and forms presentation calls for the right combination of people, knowledge, processes, and technologies to overcome the challenges posed by a workforce in motion. Our expert will explore these challenges and offer best practices to overcome them. 

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Gordon Middleton, J.D.

Gordon Middleton, J.D.

Product Intelligence Manager


Experian Employer Services

  • Assists employers with developing and honing their employment verification processes from the ground up including training plans and audit preparation
  • Helps both clients and internal stakeholders interpret enforcement agency decisions and communications via blogs, webinars and on-site presentations
  • Expert with over 17 years of experience handling employer compliance processes, including I-9 and E-Verify, paperless pay, and year-end and onboarding processes such as W-2 and ACA
  • Interacts with various state and federal agencies to interpret guidance pertaining to new processes

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