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Our focus is Human Resources. We offer HR services that are scalable, affordable and comprehensive in their ability to serve our client market. The combination of our HR Consulting & Outsourcing, HR Search, Interim HR Staffing and HR Help Desk practices uniquely positions us to work with small, medium and even large businesses.

Donna DeGrande, Founder & CEO
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Harassment Prevention Training is mandatory in California!

We offer Harassment Prevention Training for managers, supervisors, and regular employees. Our programs meet California's updated regulations and are presented on-site at your preferred location. From our location in the Silicon Valley we serve all of Northern California and beyond to ensure that your organization is in compliance and has the harassment prevention training you need.

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Anti-Harassment Training Required by Jan 1 in CA

New anti-harassment training required by Jan 1

New anti-harassment training requirements, for all California employers with 5 or more employees, must be met by January 1, 2020. Are you prepared? Learn more about what is expected of California businesses. Plus, we can help.

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Harrassment Prevention

HRSPI offers comprehensive, interactive, AB 1825 and SB 1343 compliant training. Programs include introduction to recent anti-bullying legislation.

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  • Anti-Harassment Training Required by Jan 1

    New anti-harassment training requirements, for all California employers with 5 or more employees, must be met by January 1, 2020. Are you prepared? Learn more about what is expected of California businesses. Plus, we can help.

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  • CA Passes Landmark Bill Remaking Gig Economy

    California legislators approved a landmark bill that requires companies like Uber and Lyft to treat contract workers as employees, a move that could reshape the gig economy. The law takes effect January 1st.

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