GovDocs, a state and federal labor law poster and human resources product distributor, has launched a new service that aims to streamline compliance audits by integrating QR codes into the process. The Compliance Check program will be using the codes to help businesses ensure they fall in line with the 200 changes to the U.S. labor law that have happened in the last two years. Businesses are required to make their labor law posting available for all employees and each posting will feature its own QR code so workers can find out more information on a specific law.
The Compliance Check program is the first of its kind to use QR codes. The program generates a unique code for all printed materials that are used for posting labor laws. When scanned with a smart phone, the code determines whether the posting in “compliant” or “non-compliant” based upon the date it was created. This will cut down on the time needed to cross-reference printed content to ensure that posts are up to date. The codes will also feature more information about the various laws and regulations that businesses have to adhere to.
GovDocs believes the new service will make it easier for businesses to stay up to date with labor law posting requirements. It will also help simplify the matter as businesses will easily be able to tell if and when they need to change their positing and order products from GovDocs efficiently.
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