HR Training Services

You are busy running your business and managing team members, and if you don’t come from an HR background you may not be aware of the multitude of  federal and state labor laws that you need to comply with. What could be a simple mistake can end up costing your business tens of thousands of dollars.

Our team of employment law compliance experts works with you to understand your business and the training needs of your managers and employees.  We then create a training program to help you, your management team, and your employees understand and comply with the major labor and employment laws that may apply to your business.  All trainings can be provided virtually or on site,  such as the following:

Fair Labor Standards Act

Family Medical Leave Act

Davis Bacon and Related Acts

Title VII, ADA, ADEA, and EPA

Employment Law Compliance

  • Employment Law Compliance
  • Preventing Sexual Harassment
  • Preventing Discrimination, Harassment, and Retaliation.
  • Understanding the FMLA for Managers
  • Understanding the ADA
  • Avoiding the FLSA Minefield
  • Complying with the Davis Bacon and Related Acts.
  • Understanding the Service Contract Act
  • Immigration and Hiring – Form I-9 Completion and Compliance
  • Exempt or Non-Exempt – Solving the FLSA Position Classification Puzzle
  • The Employment Relationship under the FLSA (independent contractors,
    joint employment, volunteers, interns)

General Human Resources Management

  • Hiring Best Practices
  • Attendance Management – What Supervisors Need to Know
  • Background Checks – What Employers Need to Know
  • Communication in the Workplace
  • Business Writing for Employees
  • Email Communication and Etiquette
  • Effective Communication for Supervisors
  • Basic Rules of Email Communications
  • Position Description Development
  • Workers Compensation – What Supervisors Need to Know
  • Progressive Discipline
  • Managing Difficult Employees
  • Measuring Job Performance – What Supervisors Need to Know
  • Conducting Effective Performance Appraisals
  • Terminating Employees – The Process
  • Terminating Employees – Avoiding the Pitfalls
  • Conflict Resolution and Consensus Building
  • Professional Behavior and Communication for Supervisors
  • Advanced Management Training

Advance Management Training

  • Workplace Leadership – What is it
  • Motivating Employees – Tips and Tactics
  • Diversity and Sensitivity – Keys to Avoiding Harassment in the
  • Avoiding Employer Liability for Holiday Parties
  • Supervising Young and Inexperienced Workers

All trainings are available virtually

The ways we charge for our services


Defined by project
Several things are considered such as number of employees, number of positions, status of HR policies and procedures, and overall expected time frame to complete project. 
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Defined by time
Generally, work that would go beyond those services covered in a retainer fee and not large enough to be considered a project. Hourly rates are prorated by minute.  Training rate is higher than general HR due to additional preparation required outside the program. The training rate is charged only for the time on-site which includes set-up and tear down before and after the training time frame,
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E-mail, phone, or in-person advice on various HR topics. This would include minor research to obtain readily available materials related to policy or procedures, etc. Generally available five days per week.  Evenings and weekends are generally available to accommodate employers who are open beyond the typical work week.
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