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Creating a Sense of Preparedness - Human Resources Toolkit

Author: Jack Hobbs

Creating a Sense of Preparedness - BizKeys Human Resources Toolkit

4 Critical Management Resources for Business Owners

Small business owners often have a lot on their plates, which makes it essential to learn task management skills. Being able to manage your time wisely, communicate well, and make tough decisions in a fast-paced environment will not only help you run your business, it will allow you to navigate life events as well. One…
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Temporary Help, Making It The Best It Can Be (Part 2)

Access To The Work Area Where Temporary Employees Will Be Working   In order for a staffing company to best serve you and their employees, they must know as much as possible about the jobs and workplace where they will be working.  How many employees does your company hire without first showing that person the job site…
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Are You Proactive or Reactive?

 Does your company use the same standards for employment and workforce compliance as required for other functions such as Accounting, Manufacturing, Engineering, etc?  For example:  Does the HR function have a quality system such as that used in manufacturing to assure the product is made to comply with specific standards?  Does your HR function require…
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Temporary Help, Making It The Best It Can Be (Part 1)

I knew, as do most staffing companies, that there are challenges and statutory requirements unique to the staffing industry that our clients don’t normally deal with that must be communicated, understood, and complied with to provide for the overall protection of both client and staffing provider. It is extremely important that supervisors and managers of client companies clearly understand and adhere to these requirements. I mention this only to make the point that staffing companies, if allowed to do so, can be a source of valuable information and training for the staff of their clients. Take advantage of this. Better than that, insist on it.

Defining the Human Resource Function

I recently spoke at a seminar sponsored by BizKeys and hosted by Miller & Martin PLLC, Chattanooga, Tennessee.  The topics spanned a myriad of traditional Human Resource (HR) topics.  During this seminar I had the opportunity to observe the attendees, mostly Human Resource professionals, struggling to keep up with notes and handouts, I found myself…
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Employment Law in Staffing Arrangements

by Edward A. Lenz, Sr. VP, Public Affairs, and General Counsel, American Staffing Association

Employers have myriad legal obligations to their employees. Paying wages and benefits, paying and withholding employment taxes, providing workers’ compensation insurance, complying with civil rights and labor laws, and maintaining a safe work environment are just a few of them.

BizKeys: To Achieve “A Sense of Preparedness”

The HR Function has become one of the most challenging and demanding management requirements facing today’s business community. This umbrella of oversight and responsibilities reaches corner to corner of every employer, whether large or small. It governs the workforce and workplace, from Hiring/Recruiting thru Employment to Termination, Retirement, and beyond. It is confronted with maintaining…
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