New 2019 Oregon Equal Pay Act: Employer Compliance Guide
Oregon Equal Pay Act: What Employers Should Know

The Oregon Equal Pay Act is now effective as of January 1st. This new statute requires that employees within your company doing similar work be paid equal amounts regardless of sex, race, age, or other categories protected within the act. Along with establishing equal pay standards,...

New Platform Updates
New Platform Updates

Happy New Year! We hope everyone had a wonderful holiday season. We're super excited for this new year and everything that we have in store for you. There are a couple new updates that have been made in our platform that we wanted to make you...

Still Entering In Your Applicant’s Information Manually?

Are you still having your applicants fill out paperwork and then manually inputing that information into our system yourself? If you prefer taking the time to manually enter your applicant's information into the system from a paper form then that's totally fine! Keep doing what you...

How Can You Get More Out Of Total Reporting?

We've had so many clients coming to us lately wanting to add more of our services or features to their current plans! So we thought we'd briefly touch on some of the great services and options we offer here at Total Reporting to make sure you're...

Happy Holidays from the Total Reporting team
Happy Holidays!

As this year ends, we wanted to reach out and express our gratitude to all of our wonderful clients. Thank you so much for giving us the opportunity to work with you this year. We appreciate your support and business and wish you the best holiday...

OSHA Memorandum On Post-Accident Testing
OSHA Memorandum On Post-Accident Testing

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration recently published a memorandum clarifying that an earlier ruling (29 C.F.R. § 1904.35(b)(1)(iv)) that prohibited employers from retaliating against employees for reporting work-related injuries or illnesses. Their clarification states that this ruling does not prohibit workplace safety incentive programs...

Marijuana May Cause More Damage Than Alcohol To Teen Brains
Marijuana May Cause More Damage Than Alcohol To Teen Brains

Marijuana use may pose a greater risk of damage to adolescent brains than alcohol consumption, according to a new study published last week. The American Journal of Psychiatry found that cannabis had greater short and long-term consequences than alcohol on four key components of a teen's...

10 Drug Screening Myths (or Half-Truths)
8 Drug Testing Myths (or Half-Truths)

It's easy to find a lot of information about drug testing online, but unfortunately a lot of that information isn't always the most accurate or reliable. We get clients coming to us all the time with some of these common drug testing myths and half-truths....

Alcohol Named Leading Cause Of Death Worldwide
Alcohol Named Leading Cause Of Death Worldwide

According to a new study published by The Lancet medical journal, alcohol is one of the leading causes of death worldwide being linked to around 2.8 million deaths annually. In 2016, alcohol misuse was the seventh-leading risk factor for premature death and disability globally; among people...