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The Benefits of Membership
2019 Bronze Membership
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Workplace Harassment Training
The Management Academy Seattle
PHR/SPHR Certification Exam Prep Program
aPHR Certification Exam Prep Course
What to Expect in Training
HR Snapshots, Check-Ups & Assessments
Affirmative Action Plans
The Denison Culture Assessment
Employee Satisfaction Surveys
Archbright Retirement Program
Retrospective Rating Programs
Safety Consulting Services
Workers’ Comp Tune-Up
Safety and Loss Control
Risk Management Center
Salary & Benefits Surveys
Wage & Compensation Surveys
Benefits and Policies Trends Surveys
HR FAQ: Do we have to honor employees medical requests?
By Archbright - Posted June 17, 2019 - Categories: HR FAQ
Question: We have an employee that has a medical condition that he says may, on rare occasions, cause him to lose consciousness.
Human Resources Training for the New HR Professional
By Shannon Kavanaugh - Posted June 06, 2019 - Categories: Workforce News
Prepping your HR Newbies for a career in HR! Many of us in HR did not start our career with an HR degree. In fact, I’d venture to say most of us are ‘accidental’ HR Pros.
Helping Employees Balance Their Work, Family, and Personal Life
By Archbright - Posted May 30, 2019 - Categories:
Recent studies show what all of us in HR have known for years—that helping employees handle their personal stress decreases absenteeism, boosts productivity, and increases employee engagement.
Repayment of signing bonuses?
By Archbright - Posted May 17, 2019 - Categories: HR FAQ
We want to start giving out signing bonuses to attract talented candidates to our organization in this highly competitive marketplace. However, we are worried that some may leave before a year is up and we will be shortchanged.
Can we force an employee to visit a physician after a work place injury?
By Archbright - Posted May 06, 2019 - Categories: HR FAQ
Question: We have an employee who is refusing to go see a physician after a work place injury. Can we force them to go?
EEOC Issues Statement Regarding EEO-1 Pay Data
By Archbright - Posted April 29, 2019 - Categories: E-Alerts
The United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has issued a statement on its website notifying required employers that they should prepare to submit EEO-1 pay data by September 30, 2019.
Do they all have to complete a new I-9 form?
By Archbright - Posted April 25, 2019 - Categories: HR FAQ
Question: We have seasonal staff that we often rehire. Some are rehired each year and for others it may be two or three seasons before they are asked to return.
Do we have to pay this employee?
By Archbright - Posted April 17, 2019 - Categories: HR FAQ
Question: One of my employees told me that I have to pay her if the office closes due to inclement weather, even if she didn’t perform any work – is this true?
Question: Should this employee get overtime?
By Archbright - Posted April 08, 2019 - Categories: HR FAQ
We have a sales rep who spends the bulk of her time in the office making phone and Internet sales and four times a year she attends trade shows out of state to meet face to face with a lot of our customers.
Equal Pay Day is today, April 2
By Archbright - Posted April 02, 2019 - Categories: Workforce News
Equal Pay Day is a date that changes each year based on how far into the year the average woman must work to earn what the average man earned in the previous year.
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