Cooler Weather Brings Hot News


We may be moving into the colder seasons, but I’m excited to announce some red hot news!

Let’s start with my e-mail – it’s changing to: This dovetails into the reveal of my new website. I hope you’ll take a look at when you have a few minutes,

This new branding is all about the future of my business.  Don’t worry, consulting will continue to be the cornerstone and something I love doing, but I want to be able to reach more people with more tools.  

You might have heard I published a book: HR Step 1, The Surprisingly Fun Guide to Human Resources.  I realize “fun” and “human resources” aren’t often uttered in the same sentence, but I’ve dared to do it, so you might want to give it a read. 

I’ve also developed a web tool, HR Step 1, that is designed specifically for small and growing companies that need to build a human resources foundation.  This tool guides you through a series of questions in each HR area.  When finished, you receive a report with what you’re doing well and where you might need some help.  Here’s the really great part, you get up to 50 downloadable forms, templates, policies, guides, even an employee handbook!  So if you feel like you know you need something and don’t know where to start, this is a great Step 1!! To celebrate this launch, enter coupon code Launch30 for 30% off the total price through November 30, 2019!

If live training interests you, please check out the upcoming 2020 schedule on my website. There’s something for everyone! If you don’t see a training you think would be helpful, shoot me an email and let’s chat.  

I’ve also updated my LinkedIn and Facebook profiles.  I’d love to connect on both platforms.  Social media is a great way for me to get important information out as it happens.  Like the recent announcement by the Department of Labor of the long-anticipated increase of the exempt threshold to $35,568 effective January 1, 2020!  Do you know how that impacts your organization?    

Thank you for your business, support, and dedication to human resources.  

Christine Frazer, SPHR, SHRM-SCP

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