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Compliance Agility Webinar Replay

Four Areas of Focus & Why an Entirely New Approach is Needed

The frequency and speed with which new workforce legislation is rolled out has been increasing steadily since 2008, sowing uncertainty among HR professionals and costing employers billions.

Unfortunately, the pandemic only served to intensify this trend, and we are all feeling the impacts of increased OSHA activity, controversial vaccine mandates, and a rapidly changing compliance landscape (which looks to become even more volatile in future years).

Colleen Rynne and Karina Monesson cover the most important regulatory changes happening right now and explore a new approach to compliance. Rather than viewing compliance as a set, stagnant force to react to from time to time, leaders and HR pros alike will need to apply an agile framework — to stay ahead of the law, as well as the competition.

In this webinar replay, you will:

  • Learn how to get ahead of compliance trends, and why doing so is good for business 
  • Explore three critical compliance trends: vaccine management, pay transparency, and data privacy 
  • Discuss the impact (and growing importance) of environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG) metrics 
  • Explore how you can change your perspective on compliance and use it as a tool to help yourself and your people thrive

About the Speakers

Colleen Rynne | Director of Compliance, Product | UKG

Colleen Rynne is Director of the Compliance Advisory Team at UKG and transitioned from practicing law to advising the UKG products and development teams nine years ago.

Karina Monesson | Sr. Manager, HCM Research & Advisory | UKG

As Sr. Manager of HCM Research & Advisory, Karina Monesson leads UKG’s thought leadership research strategy and partners closely with business leaders to help them maximize the value of their technology investments. A former journalist and market researcher, Karina speaks regularly with conference and customer audiences about HCM trends and best practices, and her work has been featured in Forbes, SHRM, HR Dive, HR Executive, HR Daily Advisor, and Human Resources Today. She serves on the Research Board for the Equity at Work Council and the Board of Directors for Conquer Addiction, and she is passionate about leveraging research, data, and technology to improve peoples’ lives and drive systemic change.

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