Here’s How It Works
The 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!