Center for Human Resources Support
The Center for Human Resources Support (CHRS) at PRINTING United Alliance provides expert assistance in labor and employment issues and how those impact all businesses. CHRS helps businesses stay up to date on labor laws, regulations, trends, and how to implement them. CHRS also provides thoughtful perspectives on talent management, workforce training, education, diversity, equity, and inclusion, as well as expert analysis of the developments in the Human Resources and labor relations fields.
Check out the HR Updates for emerging workplace issues, critical news, trends and analysis.
Is the $300 Federal Unemployment Supplement Making It Harder for Printing Companies to Find Workers?
Adriane Harrison, VP of HR Consulting at PRINTING United Alliance, discusses whether or not the federal supplemental unemployment benefit is impacting the ability of printing companies to find workers, the 25 Republican-led states that have opted out of the program, and other factors that may also be …
EEOC Guidance Update on COVID-19 Vaccines
Just as people were leaving work at the start of Memorial Day weekend, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) quietly released guidance for employers about the COVID-19 vaccine as sections K.1. - K.21. In this members-only resource, The Center for Human Resources Support summarizes the …
How the Pro Act, a Pro-Union Bill in the Us Senate, Would Impact the Printing Industry
Lisbeth Lyons, VP of Governmental & Political Affairs, discusses the PRO Act, a Pro-Union Organizing Bill in US Senate, which has been passed by the House and is gaining support in the Senate.
Ask The Experts: Managing Marijuana in Manufacturing
Marijuana laws are changing, and many states have recently legalized marijuana use. Adriane Harrison will explore how marijuana may affect your workplace, how to manage legal use while keeping your employees safe. This program will also address how to manage your HR policies to address other legal and …
OSHA Sends COVID-19 Regulation to the White House for Approval
OSHA has lifted the hold on the COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standard and has sent it to the White House for approval.
Updated OSHA Guidance On Reporting
OSHA has issued updated guidance on reporting obligations when employees have adverse reactions to COVID-19 vaccinations.
PRO Act Gains Momentum in Closely Divided Senate; PRINTING United Alliance Issues Call to Action to Oppose Legislation
The PRO Act (Protecting the Right to Organize Act) has been circulating in the US Congress for the past six years, but has recently gained national media attention and newfound legislative momentum in past weeks. Why now? How serious is the legislative impact to the printing industry, and what can print …
Printing Sales Contracts: Samples from the Industry
We specifically caution our readers to refrain from attempting to “lift” any of the materials that follow and implement them on an “as-is” basis. That is not the purpose of this resource. Rather, the reader should view this publication as a source of ideas, potentially one among many, and as a general …
The American Rescue Plan and Human Resources Implications
Adriane Harrison, VP of Human Relations Consulting at PRINTING United Alliance, outlines several requirements employers must follow as part of the new American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA). These include provisions related to Emergency Paid Sick Leave, expansion of Emergency Paid Family Leave, the Employee …