Namely Adds Feature to Streamline Multi-State Compliance

Namely Comply

Namely added a compliance component to its flagship People Operations Platform at no additional charge. Called the Comply Database and powered by ThinkHR, the library offers access to tools, checklists, sample policies and forms. In addition, it provides news and other information mean to strengthen an organization’s compliance efforts.

Namely said the Comply Database was built around the needs of its customers’ HR functions. The HR leaders at mid-sized companies, especially those with a workforce dispersed across several states, often face a number of uncertainties when they have to classify employees, establish salaries and meet filing deadlines. Around half of HR professionals say they lack confidence in their ability to keep up with federal and state regulations, Namely believes.

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A Single Compliance Platform

Comply Database is meant to ease those concerns by connecting the workforce through a single platform. “Comply Database can help these teams reduce risk related to people operations, gain of-the-moment insight into varying trends and reduce the manual lift for HR with built-in-tools,” said Nick Christman, Namely’s senior vice president of product.

Specifically, Comply Database offers:

  • A content library that includes a Q&A database, toolkits, checklists, white papers and webinars.
  • A job description builder, salary benchmarking insights, an employee classification toolkit and a state policy comparison wizard.
  • Compliance and legislative information, including a compliance calendar, legal alerts and compliance newsletters.

Earlier this year, Namely rolled out another tool to provide its customers with more business intelligence. Called HR Benchmarking, that platform looks at workforce and business scenarios that could impact employment dynamics such as attrition, retention and diversity. The platform uses machine learning to search real-world scenarios that could impact workforce decisions. That, Namely said at the time, gave mid-sized firms some of the capabilities used by enterprise firms.

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