Business policies and regulations

Safety Rules

Employers are legally responsible for providing safe working conditions for their employees. To minimize risks to employees arising out of unsafe practices or hazardous environments, employers must comply with OSHA safety standards. OSHA plans, implements and enforces workplace safety standards for over 200 industries. Under its jurisdiction, OSHA issues citations, audits workplaces, carries out inspections, conducts education campaigns, and awards grants.
In conclusion, having a solid understanding of how payroll works is important so that you know where you stand about meeting your state’s payroll laws, and that when a crisis arises you’ll be able to effectively manage expenses and meet your payroll obligations.