The HR Weekly

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Dear HR Professional,

Everyone needs something from you – employees, supervisors, lawyers, the C-suite. But you need someone who can satisfy YOUR needs. And just as everyone makes different demands on you, you have different kinds of needs.

You need regular updates on the latest HR developments – to ensure your HR operations are in total legal compliance. You also need analysis and case studies to help you not just “put out fires,” but go beyond running your department to creating a complete HR strategy.

And you need it all without breaking the bank.

In the past, you would have had to turn to multiple sources – one for concise updates, and one for in-depth review. (So much for not breaking the bank.)

But now, you can fill both these needs at once. And best of all, this one-stop solution comes to you from the trusted source of HR expertise for 80 years.

Introducing The HR Weekly, the ONLY human resources information source that combines briefings on the latest industry developments with a comprehensive look at broader HR trends and strategies. It’s really two news services in one – and at one low price. You’ll also get ELEVEN FREE BONUSES (more on that later).

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Here’s How It Works

HR WeeklyThe HR Weekly combines the latest news with insightful analysis. On the first 3-4 weeks of each month, you’ll receive a 4-page briefing on that week’s HR management, legal, and regulatory news.

On the final week of the month, The HR Weekly expands to 8 pages – and expands your knowledge base with an in-depth examination of a single topic in human resources. Take a look at a sample issue for a taste of what we provide – 52 weeks a year.

Our Issues Tackle YOUR Issues

The HR Weekly’s experienced team of journalists and attorneys are constantly talking to, and meeting with, your fellow HR specialists. That’s why every issue addresses the topics that cross your mind – and your desk – every day:

Employee Handbooks. Almost every employee handbook contains mistakes – errors a sharp attorney can use against you in court. Learn how to “bullet-proof” your handbook.

Workload. Assigning “too much” work can hurt morale, retention, and productivity. It can even be illegal! Protect yourself and your company with the tips from The HR Weekly.

FMLA. Perhaps no other law has caused HR departments more headaches than the Family & Medical Leave Act. Get all the guidance you need in one convenient source.

Hiring. Now more than ever, it’s vitally important for you to identify potential superstars amid a sea of applicants. Get the interview questions that separate the best from the rest.

State HR Law. When it comes to legally required employee breaks, different states have different laws – laws that can vary widely. The HR Weekly helps you make sure you know yours.

Goal-Setting. When employees know what’s expected of them, they tend to perform better. The HR Weekly shows you five FREE online tools to help set goals.

Onboarding. Most new employees who don’t work out fail in the first six months. You know the expense and hassle of finding replacements – now learn the top 10 new-hire pitfalls to avoid.

Compensation & Benefits. It is estimated that 1 in 10 employers could drop health benefits by next year. Get suggestions for your own company from the alternatives they’re planning.

Knowing any ONE of these secrets could help you greatly in your profession. Yet one recent issue of The HR Weekly contained them ALL – and about a dozen more!

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SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY OFFER:
Eleven FREE Gifts … an Amazing Price …
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The HR Weekly is a truly unique service. So it seems only right that we come up with an offer to match – and I think we’ve done just that.

Start your subscription to The HR Weekly, and here’s what you’ll get:

A Six-Month Risk-Free Trial. We’re not asking you to commit to a full year right off the bat. Try The HR Weekly for just six months – to make sure our unique blend of timely news and comprehensive analysis is right for you.

Weekly Updates. Every week, you’ll receive a concise 4-page update on news, tips and trends in the HR world, mailed or emailed directly to you.

Monthly Roundups. The last weekly issue of each month will be an 8-page in-depth analysis of what’s working in HR management ... labor and employment law ... case studies ... expert advice ... and much more.

Compliance Alerts. Sometimes, even weekly updates aren’t enough. As an HR Weekly subscriber, you’ll receive emailed bulletins whenever news breaks that impacts HR professionals. There is no charge for this helpful service.

Introductory Rate. You’ll get six months of The HR Weekly at our Special Introductory Discount Rate – a fraction of what others must pay.

Eleven Bonus Gifts. Start your zero-risk trial today, and we’ll rush you:

  • Instant Executive Briefing: Employment Law
  • Instant Executive Briefing: Hiring and Firing
  • Instant Executive Briefing: Performance Reviews
  • Instant Executive Briefing: Coaching & Motivating Employees
  • Instant Executive Briefing: Managing Difficult Situation
  • CD: Trouble-Free Terminations
  • CD: Complete Compliance Guide to Federal and State Employment Law
  • Special Report: Hire at Will
  • Special Report: Fire at Will
  • Special Report: Difficult People at Work
  • Special Report: Bullet-Proof Your Employee Handbook

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If you purchased these separately, they’d run you $578.55. But we’ll send them to you absolutely FREE – just for agreeing to give The HR Weekly a try.

And Your Satisfaction Is Unconditionally Guaranteed

Try The HR Weekly. Read a few issues. Check out your comprehensive employment law CD resource. Review your free bonus gift books. If you decide that The HR Weekly isn’t all we’ve promised AND MORE, let us know. We’ll refund 100% of your subscription price – no hassles, no questions asked – but ALL of your free gifts are yours to keep.

I look forward to welcoming you as a new subscriber.

Sincerely,

Phillip Ash

Phillip A. Ash
Publisher

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you need most ...

  • Yes! Please start my subscription to The HR Weekly and send me my 11 free bonus gifts. I understand that I can review everything risk-free. If I don't immediately benefit from the advice in The HR Law Weekly, you'll refund the entire subscription fee. I'll keep my free bonus gifts and have no further obligation.
Yes, I'm ready to get the HR information I need most without breaking the bank.

P.S. Remember: If The HR Weekly fails to meet your needs – at any time, for ANY reason – let us know. We’ll immediately refund 100% of your subscription price – no hassles, no questions asked – but your weekly issues and all eleven free bonus gifts are yours to keep. You have my word on it.