“COVID-19 has shifted many businesses and organizations’ teams to a working-from-home model. We are looking to make compliance easier for employers, especially now,” says Jim Mullaney, founder and president/CEO of Edoc Service, Inc., a totally remote company based out of Fairfield, Ohio.
FAIRFIELD, Ohio (PRWEB) April 27, 2020
A pandemic can spur change in a lot of areas—and one such area is employer compliance.
That’s why Edoc Service, Inc. is seeing a surge in interest over its Digital Labor Law platform, a subscription service that offers up-to-date compliance posters in a digital format.
The customized workplace posters are typically added to an employer’s website or intranet for staff to access, but they are also printable. No matter where they are “posted” digitally, all workers can access and digitally sign off on posters required by federal and state governments.
An employer can select which posters they want to show in their portal, and even customize posters that require additional verbiage.
“COVID-19 has shifted many businesses and organizations’ teams to a working-from-home model. We are looking to make compliance easier for employers, especially now,” says Jim Mullaney, founder and president/CEO of Fairfield, Ohio-based Edoc Service, Inc.
Edoc Service is a totally remote company that’s been virtual from the start—23 years ago. Over that time, the company’s service offerings have evolved, but Edoc Service continues to offer tools and services that help other organizations to be more productive and more collaborative. “With more than 70 remote transcriptionists, we hope that our services help other teams to thrive in a more virtual environment,” says Mullaney.
“Our purpose from the start has been to transform business in America. Our Digital Labor Law platform is one example of just that,” adds Mullaney, who is a self-described “late bloomer” who launched Edoc Service in 1997 after a successful, decades-long career with Marriott.
Similar to other software and tools Edoc Service provides, Digital Labor Law started as a project for Edoc Service to use internally. With remote workers across the nation and in 6 states, they needed a way for workers to reasonably be able to access the workforce posters, according to Mullaney.
“Once we created it for ourselves, we thought it was a great idea to offer the Digital Labor Law service to other multi-state employers and other remote teams, too,” says Mullaney.
Mullaney is confident that businesses across the nation are also ready for a simpler approach to workplace posters. “It’s more practical to send a link to staff to have them review and digitally sign off on compliance postings. It’s much more accessible now.”
At the start of April, the Department of Labor released guidance and required posters for new paid leave mandates enacted by Congress in response to the coronavirus.
These mandates, which cover the vast majority of small businesses, had a start date of April 1, 2020. All businesses covered by the law, including private sector employers with fewer than 500 employees, were expected to post that Families First Coronavirus Response Act Notice (FFCRA) notice on that day. “That’s an example of where we were able to have that poster available through our platform, and those using the platform were able to send that out to employees,” explains Mullaney.
To learn more about Digital Labor Law by Edoc Service, visit http://www.digitallaborlaw.com where you can sign up and start using the digital posters today. To learn more about Edoc Service, visit https://edocservice.com/ or call (513) 829-7101.
About Digital Labor Law by Edoc Service, Inc.
Digital Labor Law by Edoc Service allows all your staff to see workforce posters required by federal and state governments. The posters are always digital—but also printable. Edoc Service is proudly making compliance simpler for businesses. To learn more about Digital Labor Law, visit http://www.digitallaborlaw.com or call (513) 829-7101.