A free, confidential consultation line
Did you know that you have access to a free and confidential consultation line and so much more? If you haven’t yet called or emailed HR Services, know that there is professional human resource guidance just a phone call or email away. The HR Services team can give you the extra help you need with your HR questions and issues, enabling you to run your nonprofit effectively, efficiently, and with fewer HR headaches.
Why should I call?
- Federal and state employment regulations, while some are easy to understand, are just fun to chat about.
- You know you should document this human resources stuff, however, you aren’t sure what to leave in and what to leave out.
- Though it’s fun to create your own forms, wouldn’t it be a time-saver to have a sample or two to look at?
- For hiring, discipline and termination advice. Have you dotted all the i’s and crossed all the t’s?
- One of your employees has been accused of bullying another employee. Now what?
- An empathetic ear and the expertise to assist you with the tough situations. (see above)
- Reduce any “complications” in the future.
- The HR team are among the friendliest you’ll ever meet over the phone or via email.
- Preserving privacy for your employees is important – find out how to best do background checks and deal with sticky situations.
- Sound unbiased knowledge from HR professionals familiar with the challenges of running a nonprofit organization.
For more than 40 years, 501(c) Services has been a leader in offering solutions for unemployment costs, claims management, and HR support to nonprofit organizations. Two of our most popular programs are the 501(c) Agencies Trust and 501(c) HR Services. We understand the importance of compliance and accuracy and are committed to providing our clients with customized plans that fit their needs.
Contact us today to see if your organization could benefit from our services.
Are you already working with us and need assistance with an HR or unemployment issue? Contact us here.
The information contained in this article is not a substitute for legal advice or counsel and has been pulled from multiple sources.