Bottom Line Results:
"I wanted to tell you how much I enjoyed today’s seminar. Clearly there was a lot of thought and effort put into delivering such a detailed and up to date presentation and I really appreciate what was provided. The day exceeded my expectations and I look forward to attending upcoming seminars."
- Brenda Santillo
Human Resources Director
Practical Knowledge. Bottom Line Results.
Consultation - A phone call away (free and unlimited)
Why operate in New Jersey's rapidly changing workplace alone? Regardless of the amount of time spent on addressing a specific employee relation issue or problem, each member receives prompt information and guidance on personnel policies, benefits administration and human resource practices from a professionally staffed HelpLine. Top HelpLine categories typically include FMLA, Wage and Hour, Benefits Administration, Harassment, Immigration and more.
EANJ does not render legal advice, legal opinion or engage in the practice of law. For such advice or opinion the services of an attorney competent in the areas of labor and/or employment law should be retained.
Employer Health Care – quality, choice, cost effectiveness (eligibility requirements)
Rather than simply pay skyrocketing premiums to an insurance company, EANJ members enjoy the same choice and prices as a big corporation with bargaining power. Through a Multiple Employer Welfare Arrangement (MEWA), EANJ members can provide exceptional health care coverage to their employees at substantial savings. A MEWA is a self-insured group benefits plan that permits small and mid-sized employers to have the same choice of plans and premium savings as a big corporation with thousands of employees.
Knowledge Community - At Your Convenience (free and unlimited)
State of the art website provides summaries of labor and employment laws, model workplace policies, FAQ’s, guidance, and helpful links. On-line Helpline provides immediate access to experts. Additionally each member receives the collective knowledge of the entire membership through on-line knowledge sharing. Members engage in informed discussion and get advice on vexing problems. In a member satisfaction survey, 3 of 4 EANJ members use the knowledge community to access information.
HR Law Insights (free and unlimited)
Legal insights from the best law firms in the country to help you do your job. EANJ’s legal knowledge staff curates the articles to provide maximum value. Content is available on the EANJ Member’s Only Website, as well as in email digest form.
Management and Supervisory Training (training fees)
Through cost-effective management and supervisory training, EANJ members can create work environments where conflicts are reduced, morale and productivity thrive, top talent is retained and exposure to workplace liability is minimized.
Workforce Wellness and Engagement (free with participation)
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is placing new emphasis on the value of wellness for both employees and employers. The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation has awarded EANJ a grant to develop a comprehensive online resource for employers who want to implement workforce wellness and engagement programs.
Guidance - Always Available (free with participation)
Remaining competitive means understanding the job market and setting salaries and wages carefully. EANJ frequently collects wage and salary data from its members. This data is organized and supplemented, resulting in a highly accurate source of wage and salary information. For specific jobs, EANJ staff professionals conduct special research and benchmark surveys.
Information - Timely and Relevant (free, modest charge for extra copies)
Member receive a comprehensive Compliance Manual, with updates throughout the year, that summarizes federal and state labor regulations. In a member satisfaction survey, 96% stated that the Compliance Manual was an important reference guide. This $600 value is free with membership to employers with 11 or more employees (available upon request to smaller employers). Each member also has access to featured articles on www.eanj.org summarizing recent employment law cases and trends.
Education and Training - To Meet Your Needs (fee for service)
To help employers adapt and meet the needs of a rapidly changing workplace, monthly seminars are conducted on critical human resource and employment law issues. HRCI Credits are available for most public seminars. Expert trainers and educators are available to meet specific management and training needs by offering customized, on-site programs.
Services for Government Contractors (fee for service)
EANJ develops comprehensive Affirmative Action Programs for members with government contracting obligations. Our service is a cost-effective solution to help ensure compliance, avoid liability and create a diverse workforce.
Research Clearinghouse - Just In Time (free and unlimited)
Why reinvent the wheel? EANJ's library contains hundreds of model human resource policies that can be customized to meet your needs. Also, each member receives updated research reports on a wide range of information related to human resource policies, practices and benefits. Reports also summarize the labor agreements from member companies.
HR Employment Law Certificate Program (registration fees)
More than ever before, employment decisions must be informed with a thorough analysis of downside risks and legal exposure. It is with this need in mind, that EANJ offers the highly acclaimed HR LAW CERTIFICATE PROGRAM, providing a comprehensive, hands-on understanding of the essential legal issues necessary to manage an increasingly sophisticated and diverse workforce. In a member satisfaction survey, 100% of participants ranked the program as meeting or exceeding expectations. 100% stated that they would recommend the Program to a colleague. 98% ranked the Program "Excellent" on “all” quality criteria.
Continuing Education - On the Leading Edge (registration fees)
Seminars, workshops, conferences and publications examine the employer-employee relationship in the contemporary workplace and help employers get a handle on emerging legal issues and labor-management trends. Meetings allow members to network and share "best practices" with other employers.