HR Support Center
Connect to web-based HR resources along with certified Human Resource Professionals with years of experience.
Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, you can access the online HR Support Center for all of your HR needs.
With the HR On-Demand Program, your company can virtually outsource their HR department. Our experienced and certified HR Professionals work with you to address your business specific questions and needs. You can receive UNLIMITED HR consultations over the phone or email/internet.
- Ask the Pro: Address your situational questions in regards to legal compliance and personnel issues, and receive a response within one business day.
- Document Customization: Our HR Pros will create and/or customize your HR documents, and review for potential legal concerns.
- Employee Handbook Development: Schedule a personal appointment with an HR Pro to develop a custom Employee Handbook and a plan for implementation.
Support Center Features
- Employee Handbook: Downloadable and customizable.
- Policy Library: Library of standard business policies.
- State & Federal Laws: Written in easy to understand terms.
- HR Forms: Library of business, state and federal forms.
- 3-Minute HR Audit: Assess the effectiveness of your HR functions.
- eAlerts: Instant notification for important law updates.
- HR Checklists: Checklists to help organize business tasks.
- HR Guides: Various guidelines providing helpful references in following particular business procedures.
- Job Descriptions: Catalog to help organize and hire employees.
- Q & A Database: Hundreds of questions already answered by HR Pros.
- HR Best Practices: Monthly articles covering best practices.
- Monthly Newsletter: Alerts and articles to stay current.
- Glossary of Terms: Easy to read definitions for key HR terms.
- HR News and Updates: HR related news feeds and updates.
- HRCast: Monthly podcasts covering HR best practices.
- HR Resource Center: Resources for ordering posters, training materials and reference literature.
- Quick Guides: Hot topics for employee solutions.
- The most common targets for federal discrimination claims are private employers with between 5-100 employees
- If an employment lawsuit goes to trial, plaintiffs are more likely to win 67% of cases in state court and 63% of cases in federal court
- The average cost to settle an employment lawsuit has more then doubled in the past few years, going from $130,000 to over $300,000
- It is estimated that over 60% of organizations lack Employee Handbooks, yet the most basic defense against EEO claims and workplace discrimination is an Employee Handbook; no wonder there were nearly 100k EEO charges filed in 2010 alone