HR Help Desk (Agencies)

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Partner HR Help Desk for Agencies

Would your agency like to provide its clients with agency-branded, practical HR advice and information? We have the solution.

Give your clients access to human resources support via phone and email that is branded with your business name. This is a great way to add real value for your customers, and will set you apart from your competition.

Our dedicated team of HR professionals will be available to assist your clients with a wide range of HR advice and support including:

  • Compensation
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Customized Checklists
  • Employee Records
  • Employee Relations
  • FLSA Issues (Exempt / Non-Exempt)
  • Benefits Administration
  • HR Forms and Communications
  • Job Descriptions
  • Leaves of Absence
  • Legal Compliance
  • On-boarding / Off-boarding
  • Payroll Policy
  • Performance Counseling and Documentation
  • Performance Management
  • Policies and Procedures
  • Recruiting Process
  • Strategic Consulting
  • Termination

Participating in the Partner HR Help Desk also provides you the option of enrolling your client in Cal Chamber's HR California service, which offers an extensive library of HR forms, checklists and policies, legislative updates, discounted compliance products, and much more.

In addition to the items included in the Partner HR Help Desk, we also offer discounted rates exclusively for HR Help Desk clients on HR Compliance Assessments, Employee Handbooks, Sexual Harassment Prevention Training and other services outside the scope of the Partner HR Help Desk.

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