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The premier online HR library featuring the most current federal and state laws and updates plus step-by-step guidelines for compliance as well as how to hire, interview and terminate. Online Job Description builder and Salary Benchmarking tool. Including easy-to-understand information and guidelines for major federal employment laws such as COBRA, HIPAA, FMLA, USERRA, and mandated benefits.

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Introduction to Human ResourcesFederal Labor Laws by Company Size Chart

  

Human resources (HR) are one of the most important “assets” of your business. The individuals who make up your organization go a long way toward driving its success, whether they are employees, managers, consultants or others. HR refers to the recruitment and management of personnel, in compliance with the law.  Thus, the practice of HR requires knowledge of the laws that affect your workplace – at the federal, state and local levels. In addition to legal compliance, HR covers the art of managing your business internally. This challenge includes:

 

Sample Forms, Policies & Checklists

The Forms & Policies Section features over 500 sample HR forms, policies and checklists available for downloading, customizing and printing. The range of sample HR forms covers the most important and relevant aspects of managing human resources and the employer/employee relationship including:

  • Candidate Evaluation Forms
  • Employment Applications
  • New Employee/Onboarding Checklists and Forms
  • Performance Review Forms
  • Termination Forms
  • Form W-4
  • I9 form and related notices

Special Note: Federal and state employment laws, requirements, forms and posters can change frequently.  In addition, your situation may require application of federal and state laws, as well as coordination with your own company policies. As such, the sample forms featured in the Forms & Policies sections are for general reference use only and should not be used without first consulting an employment law attorney or HR consultant. Also, please be sure to review your state’s requirements in the State Laws section as well the posters required by your state.