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Affirmative Action

We provide a full range of Affirmative Action Plans and related services. All of our
products and services are fully compliant with current rules enforced by the
U.S. Department of Labor, Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP).

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Need an HR Expert?

Expert, exceptional HR consulting… we take pride in tailoring a wide variety of HR
services to meet the specific needs of both attorneys and employers.

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We offer web-based training on a variety of HR, EEO and AAP-related topics.

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HR Partners®

HR Partners® offers a cost-effective partnership with an established team of
highly skilled HR professionals to help small and medium sized businesses keep
up with today's challenges and tomorrow's changes.

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At Human Resource Specialties, Inc., we provide expert human resources consulting and exceptional customer service for employers and attorneys, with specialized focus on Affirmative Action Plan (AAP) preparation, OFCCP audit support, and related services.

What makes Human Resource Specialties the choice of so many employers nationwide?

Our level of experience is unparalleled; we've provided assistance to employers of all sizes in the private, public and non-profit sectors since 1984. Our expertise is unmatched; you're assisted and supported by our team of highly skilled human resource professionals. Our commitment to excellence is unsurpassed; you'll receive outstanding products and services each and every time.

We invite you to explore... discover how our experience, expertise, and commitment to excellence will make Human Resource Specialties your choice too.



OFCCP releases a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) that would rescind the existing Sex Discrimination Guidelines and create broad new regulations.  According to the OFCCP, the rule replaces outdated provisions and revises others to align with current law and address contemporary workplace issues.  Under the name, “Discrimination on the Basis of Sex,” the proposed regulations would codify requirements and prohibitions in areas such as workplace accommodations, compensation, job posting, and performance appraisals.  Public comment is open from January 30 – March 31, 2015.  To read the entire Proposed Rule, Fact Sheet and FAQs, please click here.