New HR resource helps small business stay compliant and get the most out
of their people.
TORONTO, April 23, 2013 /CNW/ - The Human Resources Professionals Association (HRPA) is today introducing Human Resources Information Service—a new information resource that provides the HR know-how, resources and
tools necessary to run a successful business, stay compliant and get
the most from your people.
Among the resources offered by the service is HR Hotline—a Human Resources phone service that connects subscribers with
Certified Human Resources Professionals (CHRP) who provide fast and
knowledgeable answers to general HR/employment-related questions—8:30am
to 5 pm, Monday to Friday.
At only $149 per year, Human Resources Information Service also
Searchable HR knowledgebase
Links to HR tools and policies
Reference Library including HR law, health & safety and compensation
HR Professional: Canada's largest HR magazine
Discounts on small business HR education
"If an entrepreneur is serious about their business, they need to be
serious about managing their people," says Chris Larsen, HRPA's Vice
President, Marketing and Membership. "A Human Resources Information
Service subscription doesn't replace the need for legal or HR
consulting services when you need them, but it will help to minimize
your people risks by keeping you compliant with employment legislation,
while providing answers to help you better hold on to the people that
are vital to your business and manage underperformers. Ultimately,
Human Resources Information Service is about giving busy entrepreneurs
quick answers to their people management questions and improve
prospects for the long-term success of their business."
HR Information Service is a subscription service of the Human Resources
Professionals Association (HRPA)—Canada's largest HR professional body.
For more information, please visit: www.hrpa.ca/HRsubscriber
The Human Resources Professionals Association (HRPA) is Canada's HR
thought leader with more than 20,000 members in 28 chapters across
Ontario. It connects its membership to an unmatched range of HR
information resources, events, professional development and networking
opportunities and annually hosts Canada's largest HR conference. In
Ontario, HRPA issues the Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP)
designation, the national standard for excellence in human resources
management and the Senior Human Resources Professional (SHRP)
designation, reserved for high-impact HR leaders.
SOURCE: Human Resources Professionals Association of Ontario
For further information:
416 923-2324 x324