CWC members have access to a comprehensive suite of resources to help them manage workplace compliance and risk, including:
Written in plain English and always with a practical perspective in mind, our memos help members filter out the noise and focus on what’s most important, zeroing in on what needs to be done and when to effectively manage compliance and risk.
Accessible through a dedicated section of our website or via our secure online member community, these sample policies, checklists, templates and other tools save our members valuable time and resources, and help them stay on top of emerging and best-in-class practices.
CWC serves members in the public policy arena by filing friend of-the-court briefs in important employment-related cases and by testifying or submitting written comments on major federal regulatory proposals.
CWC members have online access to an expanding array of compliance and diversity benchmark data , including:
CWC’s suite of software products are available exclusively to members, including programs for analyzing compensation, tracking and managing applicant data, and performing statistical disparity analyses of employment selections data.
Benchmark and share ideas with fellow CWC member employers anytime through Connect, our members-only online collaboration center. Set your preferences on the topics you’d like to stay on top of, and how often you’d like to get notified of new posts, and the Connect platform and your fellow CWC members will take care of the rest.
Through our MemberAssist service, members have access to CWC’s team of subject matter experts to talk through situations involving regulation, policy, enforcement, risk management, diversity and inclusion, best practices, or anything else related to compliance, diversity, and risk management.
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...to become and remain aware of the most important legal and compliance ground rules affecting the workplace.
...to talk through situations involving regulation, policy, enforcement, risk management, D&I, best practices, or anything else related to workplace compliance and risk management.