Is Your Business HR Compliant? Here’s How To Find Out
If your business deals with employees, regardless of how many, you need to be aware that any misapplication of federal or state Human Resources laws can expose your company to liability.
But don’t sweat it. You don’t need a high-priced attorney to get expert legal advice on personnel matters. Now a premier Law Library and Human Resources Training Center, complete with on-call legal advice, is available online through the HR Toolkit, created by HR Engage.
Whether you have 5 or 500 employees, you can have access to Human Resources tools and services to navigate complex labor law compliance issues and protect your company from potential fines and lawsuits.
Protect your company from employee-related lawsuits with the HR Reference Center
This is the one online HR resource that every business needs. The HR Reference Center and Law Library features thousands of pages of content, forms and posters. It’s like having a mini-HR department at your fingertips, without the expensive retainer.
The Human Resources Law Library includes:
- Federal and state guidelines and how-to compliance info on Employee Benefits.
- Downloadable and customizable Employee Handbook.
- HR info on how to do performance reviews, interview, hire and terminate.
- Downloadable Human Resources forms, policies and checklists.
- Clear explanations of laws such as COBRA, ERISA, FMLA and HIPAA.
- HR tools such as Job Description Builder and Salary Benchmarking.
- Downloadable federal and state posters.
The HR library is composed and maintained by employment lawyers, accountants and Human Resources experts. All content is offered in an easy-to-navigate, time-saving format that will keep your business compliant, informed and organized.
Human Resources Training
The HR Training Center offers 150 courses, including employee-testing capabilities and certificates of completion. Courses are available in HR-employment, workplace safety, harassment, health & wellness, environmental compliance and customer service.
Don’t find out the hard way whether your business in compliance with HR laws. We welcome your comments or questions below.