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HR Risk Assessment

Using the lifecycle of employment - hiring through separation - our experts review your organization's workforce policies, practices and procedures. Based on the assessment results, we work with you to identify and prioritize your compliance needs and opportunities.

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HR & Legal Compliance Training

Training not only improves workforce efficiency and effectiveness, but also serves as a defense against claims of harassment and discrimination. We offer both on-site and remote training covering a wide-range of HR and employment law issues.

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On-Demand HR Support

Small issues can become big if not dealt with immediately. Taking the right first steps helps avoid unforeseen complications down the road. Let CoreHR serve as your ongoing HR advisor to address issues as they arise. Clients get direct access to CoreHR Team for immediate guidance on HR matters and workforce related issues to maximize employee performance and mitigate litigation risk.

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For Law Firms

Our legal and HR experts can conduct comprehensive, defendable workplace investigations without conflicting you out of potential litigation. We can support your client with handbook review, developing policies and procedures, training, managing leaves, and facilitating the interactive process. We are also available to serve as an expert witness in employment litigation.



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