Why do companies in different non-union trades need HR help?
Here at Clarity HR, we understand how confusing it can be to navigate through the world of human resources. The rules and regulations in each region are different, and they change often. And while we can't change the way things work, we can help you navigate the system.
With Clarity HR, you get access to a team of experts who will help you manage taxes, hiring issues, local labor laws and unions depending on your regional rules and regulations. All of this expertise is yours, and the best part? No overhead costs!
Clarity HR brings years of experience to HR best practices for trade
Clarity HR brings years of experience to HR best practices for trades. We offer services that are designed specifically for construction including, roofing, remodeling, commercial, residential. We also have experts for electrical, plumbing and heating/cooling. At Clarity HR, we want to help you navigate the complex world of HR management. When you work with us, we'll create a unique approach tailored just for your business needs and goals so that you can focus on what matters most: running your company!
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Clarifying the Fair Labor Standards Act! with Julie Wheeler
Join us for Breakfast at the GAC for Clarity on the Fair Labor Standards Act
February 16th, 2023
Greater Akron Chamber388 South Main Street, #Ste. 205, Akron, OH, 44311
In our previous blog on seasonal depression, we mentioned a few ways that can help your employees battle burnout. In this blog, we wanted to highlight a list called the Three B's of Battling Burnout. The Three B's include Breaks, Boundaries, and Bouncing. These are simple strategies and habits to help you cope with executive dysfunction.
Work for both employers and employees has changed since COVID-19 began in 2020. This is evident. There’s no doubt that things will continue to change in the workforce as time continues. We can't be sure of the changes the future holds, but we can be sure of one thing. The working assumption that office life can “go back” to what it was before 2020 is just wrong. As we jump into the new year, here’s a list of work-related trend predictions. We've broken them down into employer and employee categories.