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.
Commercial Printing's Aging Workforce: It’s Not Somebody Else’s Problem to Solve
Recruitment, retention, and training of the future workforce has been consistently identified as the No. 1 issue facing the commercial printing industry. The question is what to do about it — and who is responsible for doing it.
Best Business Practice Guidelines for Terms and Conditions of Sale
The information provided here is intended as a guideline for use in various business situations and in communications with customers and suppliers. Free to members. Available for purchase for non-members.
The Biden Transportation & Infrastructure Plan: Good and Bad for the Printing Industry
On March 31, President Biden publicly rolled out his expected transportation and infrastructure plan, known as the American Jobs Plan, and urged Congress to begin the legislative process to enact it.
American Rescue Plan Act Becomes Law
On March 11, 2021, President Biden signed H.R. 1319, the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) passed by Congress one day earlier, into law. ARPA is the sixth major COVID-19 response legislation to become law since the spring of 2020.
Choosing a Vaccine Strategy for Your Company
As the COVID-19 vaccine production is increasing and the vaccine will soon be made available to millions of workers, it benefits both the employees and the companies if workers are vaccinated, so the challenge is how to encourage vaccination among the workforce.
Managing Employees’ Public Conduct and Social Media Activity
Never before has our society experienced so much controversial public conduct that has gone viral. Consequently, employers need to have a comprehensive social media policy that provides guidance about what is acceptable and what is definitely not acceptable online behavior.
COVID-19 and Women in the Workplace
In this special webinar hosted by the Women in Print Alliance, Adriane Harrison, VP of Human Relations Consulting at PRINTING United Alliance, moderates a panel of professional women in the printing industry, including Lane Kathryn Hickey-Wiggins, President and CEO of Douglass Screen Printers, …
'This Is Our Shot' Campaign
Lisbeth Lyons, Vice President of Government and Political Affairs at PRINTING United Alliance, discusses how the Alliance is supporting the "This Is Our Shot" campaign to promote vaccinations among workforces. More information about ARPA can be found at PRINTING United Alliance or for additional …