An HRP Membership provides our customers with tools that support the HR function. If you are not a member, some of these products are available to purchase.
|HR Basics Manual||HR Fundamentals||Laws by State|
|Employee Handbook Template||Interviewing Skills||Laws by Number of Employees|
|Interview Form Template||Exempt v Non-Exempt||HR Assessment|
|Job Description Template||I-9 Audit||Interview Question Database|
|Sexual and Unlawful Harassment|
|Developing a Job Description||Job Description Database|
|Addressing Poor Performance||Sample Policies & Procedures|
|CO State Health Insurance Continuation||Discount on |
|Designing & Planning a Compensation Philosophy||Discount on Labor Law Posters|
|Compliance & Record Retention||HR Metrics & Calculators|
|Independent Contractor vs Employee|
HR Basics Manual
This manual is designed to provide your business with basic HR guidelines and fundamentals.
Customizable Employee Handbook
Our customizable sample employee handbook serves only as a guide for developing and revising an employee handbook.
Interview Form Template
Use this template to create an interview form with standardized interview questions.
Job Description Template
Use this template to create a job description by inserting your own responsibilities and requirements.
Making time to focus on, implement, evaluate, and measure HR fundamentals is critical to any successful business. Implementing them and evaluating them on a regular basis is critical to success. This toolkit will guide you through the basics of HR Fundamentals.
An effective interview process is perhaps the single most important employment practice in an organization. Not only does a strong hiring practice help ensure you are hiring the right people, if done properly it can ensure that your hiring practices are not discriminatory.
The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) sets rules for minimum pay, hours worked and child labor standards. This toolkit will provide you with guidelines on how to conduct the three tests to help you determine if your employees are exempt from overtime pay or not.
Employers must demonstrate compliance with the law by following the verification (I-9 Form) requirements and treating all new hires the same. This toolkit provides industry-standard best practices that your company or organization should adopt in the event of an I-9 audit.
Laws By State
Stay informed on the current employment laws and regulations.
Laws by Number of Employees
Stay informed on the current laws and regulations that are applied to companies of different sizes.
Answer a few critical questions and uncover hidden risks and concerns in your business.