Labor Laws and Compliance for Remote Employees

More companies are allowing their employees to work offsite as it becomes possible to pursue a greater range of occupations and work remotely. This has benefits for both employers and employees. Employers may locate great talent, frequently at a lesser cost, and save on office space and equipment. For example, employees can work from anywhere […]

Onboarding during a crisis

In times of a crisis, such as the Covid-19 outbreak, protecting everyone’s safety becomes imperative. As a result, onboarding procedures had to be changed to meet modern requirements.   The overall solution to such issues is to update or adopt a set of tools and policies, such as hiring and onboarding practices that combine the […]

EMP Trust HR expands workforce hiring

GAITHERSBURG, MARYLAND, UNITED STATES, June 24, 2022 — EMP Trust HR, a leading Human Capital Management (HCM) provider with a Next-Generation employee onboarding platform, is eyeing significant workforce expansion. In the first five months of 2022, EMP Trust HR raised its headcount by 50 percent and expects to recruit more personnel to its existing talent […]


Gaithersburg, MD June 7, 2022 From June 12th to 15th, 2022, EMP Trust HR will be exhibiting at Booth #4061 at the SHRM annual conference & exposition. Come by the EMP Trust booth to meet our team and learn how our user-friendly employee onboarding solution can help you streamline your onboarding process. Attendees can schedule […]

EMP Trust HR named ADP Marketplace Platinum Partner

Gaithersburg, MD May 17, 2022   EMP Trust HR, leading Human Capital Management provider (HCM), is honored to be recognized as an ADP marketplace platinum partner. As part of their new ADP Marketplace Innovator Partner Program, ADP Marketplace offered platinum designation to 20% of partners. EMP Trust HR, the leading HCM provider that provides talent […]

Justice Department Settles Immigration-related Discrimination Claim Against An Employment Group

The Justice Department today reached an agreement with an employment group, based in Salt Lake City resolving claims that the company violated the anti-discrimination provision of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA). The department’s investigation confirmed allegations made by a work-authorized individual that the company had, at both initial hire and when subsequently re-verifying the […]

North Carolina Bars Employers from Asking about Expunged Criminal Records

Some states have passed laws restricting how employers may use an applicant’s criminal record in making job decisions. Some states prohibit employers from considering older offenses. Some states prohibit employers from asking about arrest records or records that have been sealed or expunged. Some states require employers to consider whether the offense bears a reasonable […]