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HR Compliance 101

Whether you’re hiring your first employee or figuring out the latest State & Federal regulations, you need professional outsourced human resources.

Now you can access more than 30 years of human resource and safety experience — when you need it, for as long as you need it. HR Compliance 101 provides outsourced human resource and safety services throughout New Hampshire, Florida and across New England.

Why do companies call HR Compliance 101 to outsource their human resources?

  • Because they need professional on-site Human Resource services without the expense of a full-time Human Resource professional
  • Because they want to spend more time building their business —and less time worrying
  • Because they want to avoid fines beginning at $5000 and avoid lawsuits
  • Because they want to raise morale and productivity
  • Because they want to save money by reducing turnover to less than 5%

You need someone capable and who keeps up with regulations, which is a job in itself. Someone who fits in and doesn’t make people say, ‘Oh, no, she’s back. We’re in trouble.’ Paula doesn’t just do things. She teaches us how to do them.

Gary Barnard, President and Founder, Moldpro, Inc., West Swanzey, New Hampshire

The new I-9 form has finally been released

November 29, 2016

Every one of your employees should have filled out an I-9 form, which verifies their identity and their eligibility to be hired in the US.

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OSHA isn’t alone in fining employers; don’t forget the Department of Labor

November 17, 2016

In a recent session, New Hampshire’s legislature passed Senate Bill 416. The new law “prohibits an employer from retaliating against an employee who requests a

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As an Employer, What Keeps You Up at Night?

November 1, 2016

Besides worrying about OSHA knocking on your door, which we discussed in the last blog, what else keeps employers up at night? Not being able

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