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October 25, 2011

The Secret Weapon in Your HR Arsenal

Filed under: Compliance,Employment Law,HRN News — Tags: , 6:30 am

ADA, Title VII, ERISA, FMLA… One thing is certain in HR: as soon as you have a handle on the latest laws and best practices, something changes.  How do you manage these changes?  You can’t afford to let anything slip through the cracks (not to mention the cost of a potential lawsuit).

Enter HR Suite, your organization’s complete solution for compliance.  HR Suite is a customizable policy manual and employee handbook that employees will actually read and understand.  HR Suite includes a library of over 200 forms and information-packed articles that empower you and offer support for the decisions you have to make every day.  HR Suite is a ticket to a subscriber-only monthly newsletter.

We continually monitor changes in employment law and HR best practices and deliver these changes to our subscribers on a semi-annual basis.  When we see an issue quickly moving to the forefront, we provide ad hoc updates as well.  The latest semi-annual update of HR Suite included changes in several major policies and the addition of new forms.

Highlights of the 2011 Semi-Annual Update

  • ADAAA compliance – reasonable accommodations
  • GINA compliance – medical conditions and privacy of health information
  • NLRB ruling – communication, computer use, confidentiality, conflicts of interest policies to comply with recent changes
  • Safe vehicle operation – changed to address distracted driving concerns
  • Social networking policies

HR Suite is a simple, customizable, cost-effective solution to your business needs.  You can explore an online demo by going to and click the link for HR Suite.  At a cost of $595 for the first year, HR Suite is one of the best values around.  Through December 31, 2011, you can receive a 10% savings on the cost!  To receive more information and claim your discount, you must mention this promotion when you contact us.

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