Frequently Asked Questions
will my company benefit from using the services of HR NETwork?
Joining our NETwork allows you to focus on your business, build
a competitive advantage by leveraging your human resources, reduce
liability and risk, increase operational flexibility, and save
precious time at a lower cost than if you were to staff your own
internal HR department. With HR NETwork, you will:
your flexibility to manage your business
distractions, allowing you to focus on what you do best - operating
and managing your business
- Gain "best
practices" from other successful businesses
the knowledge and experience of experts at a fraction of the
cost of a full-time hire
Can you guarantee, that if I use your
services, I won't be sued or have a complaint filed against me
or the company?
Violations for not maintaining good employee relations, setting up good processes and procedures, or adhering to all employment law requirements, can carry extreme consequences to employers. While HR NETwork does not guarantee that a NETwork member won't ever have a claim or lawsuit brought against them, our services will help reduce your risk by setting up the proper procedures and processes to better aid in the defense of a claim or lawsuit.
I don't currently pay for HR support,
either in-house or from an outside service. How do I justify the
cost of using the services of HR NETwork?
The following facts and figures are just a few examples of why
you can't afford NOT to become an HR NETwork client today!
- Small Businesses spend close to $7,000/year per employee to comply with over 60 federal agency regulations
- You can be fined up to $10,000 for violating a wage or overtime pay requirement
- Last year, the OFCCP conducted 4,162 audits
- You can be fined up to $1,000 for each I-9 that is not properly completed
- You can be fined AND imprisoned for allowing false documents
- The average EEOC settlement for Year 2000 was $125,650 (This figure does not include attorney's fees and other associated costs to defend a claim)