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Everyone needs something from you – employees, supervisors, lawyers, the C-suite. And YOU need regular updates on the latest developments in human resources ... analysis and case studies to help you "put out fires" and plan for the unexpected ... and tips to train your team and your managers.
Read on for details …
Dear HR Professional:
Your job isn't just about keeping your company in compliance and out of trouble. You also need to show upper management that you're not just running your department, but creating a complete HR strategy.
In the past, you would have had to turn to multiple sources to cover every aspect of your job – one for concise updates, and one for in-depth review. (So much for not breaking the bank.)
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Quick Updates When You Need a Briefing,
The HR Weekly is the ONLY human resources information source that combines briefings on the latest industry developments with a comprehensive look at broader HR trends and strategies. And if you try it out today, you'll also get four free bonus gifts (more on that later).
The HR Weekly comes to you from the publishers of The HR Specialist, Manager's Legal Bulletin, HR Specialist: Employment Law, Payroll Legal Alert, and state HR newsletters. We also produce webinars … conferences … CDs … books … special reports … e-letters … and online HR resources. And we've been doing it since 1937.
Our 80+-year track record proves we've helped our readers in the past. But you're more interested in the future – and that's where The HR Weekly can REALLY help you.
Here's how your service works:
For the first 3 or 4 weeks of the month, you'll receive a 4-page rundown on what's happening in HR today. It's a quick read for when you need to keep up with what's going on, but don't have all day to track down the news you need.
For the final week of each month, you'll receive an 8-page newsletter featuring training tools … forms and checklists … legal analysis … and other tools today's savvy HR professional needs to create a forward-thinking human resources department – the kind of operation that gets noticed (and rewarded!).
Take a look at a sample issue of The HR Weekly. You'll find:
Knowing any ONE of these secrets could help you greatly in your profession. But The HR Weekly covers them all (and more) – 52 times a year! Take a few minutes to review the sample issue … and see for yourself how we can help you improve your operations – AND your career.
By itself, The HR Weekly is an amazing resource at an amazing value. But to be sure you benefit from this unique service, we've gone beyond amazing for you.
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Is The HR Weekly Right for You?
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Add in your FREE bonus gifts and money-back guarantee, and The HR Weekly's value becomes even clearer. I look forward to welcoming you as a new subscriber. Sign up today!
Phillip A. Ash
P.S. The value of your special discount and four FREE gifts totals an amazing $376.90.
P.P.S. Remember – if The HR Weekly fails to meet your needs, let us know. We'll immediately refund 100% of your subscription price – but you keep your back issues and all four free bonus gifts. You have my word on it.
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