Compliance Landing Page 2018-02-07T19:46:01+00:00

Your Field Guide for Navigating the Compliance Landscape

Are you in the know about the latest workforce regulation developments?

If you want to be up to date, join us for an on-demand webinar. The compliance landscape is constantly changing. You can’t afford to fall behind on new developments, so we’re here to help. This year, workplaces across the country are making changes to accommodate new realities in the regulatory landscape. We’ll cover the most notable trends from the last year and look ahead to give you a preview of what’s in store for 2018.

 You’ll get tips on these topics:

  • Marijuana concerns
  • Sexual harassment and discrimination
  • Paid sick leave laws
  • The “Ban the Box” movement
  • Predictive scheduling
  • Salary history bans

Along the way, you’ll learn what to look out for and how you might have to pivot this year to remain compliant. In this on-demand webinar, Chief Compliance Officer Joanna Monroe and Senior Corporate Counsel Kasper Sorensen of TrueBlue will break down today’s workforce compliance landscape and lead you through the fog!

Meet Your Compliance Field Guides

Joanna Monroe

Joanna Monroe is the vice president, deputy general counsel and chief compliance officer for TrueBlue. She is responsible for managing the company’s compliance, enterprise risk management and government relations programs. She implements strategic legal and legislative initiatives to support the operations department and advises management and the board of directors on risk.

Kasper Sorensen

Kasper Sorensen is the senior corporate counsel for TrueBlue’s compliance department. He focuses on national and international risk mitigation and minimization. He regularly partners with the executive leadership team and advises the operations department on new legal developments and potential impacts on our business. Sorensen has been an attorney for over a decade. Prior to joining TrueBlue, he represented employers in class-action lawsuits and regularly counseled clients on labor and employment matters.