The HR Function has become one of the most challenging and demanding management requirements facing today’s business community. It’s umbrella of oversight and responsibilities reaches corner to corner of every employer, wither large or small. It governs the workforce and workplace, from Hiring/Recruiting thru Employment to Termination, Retirement, and beyond. It is confronted with maintaining compliance with more that 250 (tried to count them recently and lost count at 250 Federal laws and regulations), as well as many state employment regulatory requirements. Today’s workforce is more educated and keeps a watchful eye, for assumed injustices, along with a list of law firms ready and willing to come after you. I know these things because I was an HR Director for 12 years and as the owner of a multiple state Staffing Company that dealt with HR issues from multiple perspectives.
I have great respect and a certain amount of empathy for those who have responsibility for managing the HR Function from the Corporate HR Director , the small business owner, and the many different levels of company employees that are often assigned these responsibilities. They wear many “hats”, and as I once did, struggle to find the answers they need to solve day to day problems.
That is why I developed BizKeys to help those assigned this responsibility to achieve “a sense of preparedness” in meeting the demands they faced (or will face) on a daily basis.
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Your challenges are demanding and there is no forgiveness when you fail in maintaining compliance with a multitude of employment laws (state and federal).
A good starting point is to ask and find the answer to this question…
“How can I maintain compliance and properly train my management staff unless I know what it is that I am required to comply with?” I know the answer to that question and I hope you will come to the same conclusion… BizKeys
BizKeys provides a comprehensive guide to information and resources formatted into easily accessed data, documents, and actionable processes within the scope of employment issues. It is designed to assist Hospitality Industry establishments in coping with state and federal laws, regulations, statutes, and general employment related issues threatening this industry.READ MORE ABOUT BIZKEYS
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- Federal and state employment law links
- Extensive resources and references
- Sample policy templates that can be customized
- Online hiring capability, with applicant search tools and job description designer
- Active community forums
- State and county-specific information and statistics
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