Nearly 1 million manufacturing workers in the U.S. and Canada are covered by the ongoing labor law posting compliance that the GovDocs Update Program cranks out for them.
This iconic S&P 500 member and soft drink manufacturer has relied on GovDocs for ongoing posting compliance since 2007.
GovDocs’ flexible product and service options achieve their compliance objectives and simplify their posting program. GovDocs adapted our product and programs to fit their enterprise operations – not the other way around! For example, GovDocs created a custom order form for their locations available through the company’s intranet so they can order supplemental or replacement products that are billed to corporate but monitored and processed by the GovDocs Account Manager.
Additionally, the GovDocs Research Department frequently responds to their requests for clarification and to support internal projects. For example, when their in-house compliance team assessed their employee leave policies nationwide, GovDocs was able to provide them with postings specific to employee leave.
Additionally, some of their locations operate in municipalities requiring additional workplace postings. GovDocs provides ongoing posting compliance coverage for more than 60 cities in the U.S. as part of the GovDocs Update Program – at no additional cost.
A business unit of the third largest U.S. defense contractor had just won another large contract, and they wanted to make sure they were up-to-date with Federal Contractor posters and other state and federal required postings at all of their employment locations. Until then, poster updates had been sporadic.
With the GovDocs Update Program, all of their subscribed locations automatically stay compliant with Federal Contractor posting requirements.
With a title like “world’s largest private employer,” this international agricultural producer understands how important communications is to their global enterprise. The same holds true for their employee posting compliance program. Each of their business units are responsible for maintaining compliance with state and federal labor law posting requirements, but corporate leadership wants to make sure all business units receive volume-discount pricing.
They considered selecting one vendor who would offer favorable pricing, and then the company would include a link on their intranet for business units to order from the designated labor law poster vendor. A web link is only as good as the attention it gets, however. Too often, these links get lost and forgotten, meaning that company business units might not take advantage of the pricing negotiated through the vendor procurement process.
With the GovDocs Notifier Program, business units with locations affected by state and federal labor law posting changes receive an automatic email alert. These messages are branded by the corporate point of contact and include a reminder about the importance of using corporate-designated vendors. They also include a link leading to the GovDocs ordering system that provides them the negotiated pricing.
From the Notifier dashboard, the company’s point of contact can easily add business unit emails and track the response of recipients. The Notifier Program brings the link to life.