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How to Maintain Onboarding Compliance in a Shifting Landscape

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Employer compliance requirements are more complicated than ever due to the popularity of a hybrid workforce. Different forms are required for new hires in new jurisdictions, significantly increasing the risk of non-compliance. HR teams must also stay on top of new changes each year, and risk costly penalties for relying on outdated or incorrect information.

Instead, employers can utilize the Compliance Library. Learn how to establish compliant procedures to track laws affecting onboarding, understand what forms are required for new hires, and learn how to monitor form landscape for changes to existing forms in this overview of the Experian Employer Services Compliance Library.

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About the presenters

Gordon Middleton

Gordon Middleton

Sr. Product Intelligence Analyst

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, 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

Rudy Mahanta

Rudy Mahanta

Product Intelligence Analyst

Passionate about helping organizations develop and implement strategies for optimizing payroll operations, ensuring compliance and reducing audit exposure with his knowledge of all federal, state and local payroll tax withholding requirements. Co-created a compliance dashboard, ensuring regulatory adherence within the Experian Employer Services product organization and improving service to clients. Prior experience includes supporting employers at major service bureaus, including ADP, Ceridian, MasterTax and UKG.

Who is Experian Employer Services?

As the world of work is evolving, employers are asking us for alternatives to outdated practices and complacent legacy providers to meet their new challenges. At Experian Employer Services, we’re keeping the focus and flexibility that you value in boutique providers and adding the resources and security of Experian.  With over 75 years of combined industry experience, we are already improving the performance and experience of over 2,000 employers with over 17 million employees. And we are just getting started.