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Human Resources Professional’s Gateway to the Internet
Human Resources Professional’s Gateway to the Internet site offers Human Resource Management related links to other websites. The Human Resource Professional’s Gateway to the Internet has been on the Internet since 1995. SHRM, HR Magazine, The Review, Benefits and Compensation Solutions, Workforce’s Workforce Online all list this website as the place to go when seeking HR information on the web.
Gateway to Human Resource Solutions
Gateway to Human Resource Solutions is produced by Human Resource Executive Magazine and Researched by Cornell University. A complete Listing of Human Resource related websites by Categories.
The Society for Human Resource Management
SHRM is the leading voice of the human resource profession. SHRM provides education and information services, conferences and seminars, government and media representation, online services and publications to more than 100,000 professional and student members throughout the world. This site offers information on HR Certifications, a Library of HR Links by category and for members you can go to Members Exclusives for BNA surveys, summery of state law changes, job descriptions, government affairs, workplace diversity and white papers.
Employee Benefit Research Institute
Established in 1978, the Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI) is the only nonprofit, nonpartisan organization committed to original public policy research and education on economic security and employee benefits. EBRI began because a few people believed that the country needed a “think tank” that would focus on employee benefits and related issues of economic security. It has evolved into the most authoritative and highly respected public policy research organization on these topics in the nation. We will look at Benefit Fundamentals, which offers a straightforward, basic explanation of employee benefit programs in the private and public sectors. Written in clear, non-technical language, this fact-filled study covers everything from health insurance to pension plans and from retirement planning to dependent care programs. Each chapter reviews the history of the program, outlines its design and structure, and reviews related legislation and regulations.
BenefitsLink is a free online publication about all kinks of employer-sponsored benefit plans in the United States, most of which are regulated by federal law (“ERISA”). It is a free nationwide (USA) Internet like to information and services for employers sponsoring employee benefit plans, companies providing products and services for plans, and participating employees. By clicking on Links by Topic you get interesting and useful employee benefits items.