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Get instant access to FREE resources on the hottest employment law topics during HR Professionals Week
As an HR professional, you really deserve some recognition for all of the effort you put into keeping your workplace running smoothly, helping employees and making sure your organization is complying with legal requirements.
Fortunately, we're giving you gifts to thank you for your efforts at work during HR Professionals Week (Oct. 5-9). I'm excited to announce that you can now register to receive all of the FREE goodies we're offering during this special event.
Just a few of the must-have resources we're giving away during HR Professionals Week:
In order to receive these free resources during HR Professionals Week, you must register to get on the list. Registration is completely free.
Be sure to pass along this registration page to all of your HR colleagues if you think they would benefit from our giveaways as well.
HR Professionals Week 2015 is sponsored by Littler, the largest global employment and labor law practice with more than 1,000 attorneys in over 60 offices worldwide. Littler represents management in all aspects of employment and labor law and serves as a single source solution provider to the global employer community.
Jaclyn Baldovin, Online Content Manager
P.S. With resources on hot employment law topics like the new overtime regulations, hiring and firing, you don't want to miss out on your chance to download these giveaways during HR Professionals Week. Register now to get on the list to receive them.
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