Profit-Seeking Companies Comply with DOL Plan/Protect/Prevent Compliance Action Plan Regulations: New Website - Complianceactionplan.com - Launched

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The DOL has recently announced its intention to publish a new regulation which will require that employers develop a comprehensive Compliance Action Plan explaining current compliance to applicable employment laws, and detailing their action plan to achieve full compliance. Performance Growth Partners, Inc., a leader in the compliance field, launches a new website to help business across the United States.

“Compliance with applicable Department of Labor regulations will actually help your company make more money while helping to eliminate the chance of DOL fines and legal entanglements in the process." Rick Galbreath, SPHR

Why does “boring” have fewer letters than “DOL compliance?” Both terms mean the same thing, right?

“Nothing could be further from the truth,” says Rick Galbreath, president of Performance Growth Partners, Inc. “Compliance with applicable Department of Labor regulations will actually help your company make more money while helping to eliminate the chance of DOL fines and legal entanglements in the process. Good, legally compliant HR systems promote employee engagement. Engaged employees thrill your customers - more revenue and profits follow. Compliance makes good economic sense and is easier to accomplish than most companies imagine.”

The DOL has recently announced its intention to publish a new regulation which will require that employers develop a comprehensive Compliance Action Plan explaining current compliance to applicable employment laws, and detailing their action plan to achieve full compliance.

As a leader in Compliance Action Planning for over 10 years, Performance Growth Partners, Inc. helps client companies benchmark their current regulatory compliance position and develop practical plans to attain full compliance with applicable employment laws.

Please visit our newest website http://www.complianceactionplan.com or contact us at (309) 664-7741 for more information.

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