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Making HR Easy
iWorkwell, Inc.
1420 Walnut Street, Suite 1212, Philadelphia, PA 19102
215-875-1230
www.iworkwell.com
[email protected]
iWorkwell Benefits Your Organization
• By introducing Management & HR best practices,
improving employee productivity, minimizing
administrative headaches and facilitating
compliance with the law.
• By helping to avoid common pitfalls that can be
costly and land your company and you in court.
• By providing an entire team of HR experts for
less than 1/20th the cost of hiring even one.
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iWorkwell Benefits Your Organization
• Drives & standardizes HR best practices
throughout the corporation, and streamlines
operations in all US locations.
• Only pennies per working hour for round-theclock service.
• A corporate iWorkwell membership quickly pays
for itself. It’s the best HR investment your
organization can make.
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www.iworkwell.com
• iWorkwell is a web-based resource that helps
you handle HR cost-effectively yourself.
• iWorkwell is NOT:
– an outsourcer.
– a consulting firm.
– an ASP, software, or IT (HRIS) system.
• iWorkwell provides:
– information (teaching you what to do and what not
to do) and tools you’ll need to carry out day-to-day
operations and long-term planning.
– immediate access to top HR experts.
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iWorkwell - Expertise In All HR Disciplines
• Benefits
• Compensation
• Employee Relations & Labor Relations
• Leadership, Management & Communication
• Legal Compliance
• Safety & Security
• Staffing/Onboarding
• Talent Management
• Technology & HRIS
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More than 100 HR Experts — including:
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Aon Consulting is among the world's top global human capital and
management consulting firms, providing a complete array of advisory,
outsourcing, and insurance brokerage services through 6,500 consultants
to clients of all sizes in over 110 countries. The nation's largest business
insurance broker, Aon is named by the readers of Business Insurance
magazine the "Best Employee Benefits Consulting Firm."
•
Hay Group is one of the top global HR and organizational consulting firms.
With a global consulting network of 86 offices across 47 countries, inhouse researchers, and partnerships with Harvard and Dartmouth, Hay
solves the most challenging issues for over 7,000 clients. Hay partners
with Fortune magazine on the "World's Most Admired Companies."
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Morgan Lewis LLP is ranked among the top 4 best law firms in the
country for its expertise in the field of HR, employment law and labor
relations. The nationally renowned firm has hundreds of labor &
employment law attorneys covering every geographic region of the globe,
and has briefed and argued a number of US Supreme Court cases.
•
Shawn Farrell, Esq., is a partner in the Labor & Employment practice of
Cohen Seglias. He advises on OSHA violations, ERISA, and how to investigate hostile workplace claims, and has litigated wrongful discharge,
discrimination and sexual harassment actions.
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More than 100 HR Experts
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Jason Brodsky, J.D., is a consultant at Towers Perrin in its Governance &
Compliance Advisory Group specializing in employee and executive benefits.
•
Scott Behson, Ph.D., chaired the Department of Management at Fairleigh
Dickinson University and is a professor and member of the Center for HR
Management Studies, a business & academic partnership involving 22
corporations and hundreds of executives & managers.
•
Melissa Johnson, Esq., Psy.D., listed in Who's Who in American Law,
combines expertise in both HR, and in labor & employment law. She serves
as General Counsel & VP of HR for the Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania.
•
Deborah Shapiro, Esq., MBA, is an attorney experienced in domestic
and international employment law, litigating in federal and state courts,
and mediating for the United States EEOC.
•
Wayne Tarken, MBA, SPHR, is widely recognized as a leader in the HR
profession and served on the Advisory Board of SHRM.
•
Christopher Wright, Ph.D., a published expert in employee development,
industrial/organizational psychology, and survey research methodology, is
the founder of Reliant Live, whose clients include GM, KPMG, Phillip Morris,
U.S. Army, U.S. Navy, Wyeth and the YMCA.
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HR is NOT an Optional Activity. It is a
required function.
You must:
• follow federal and state regulations
• keep up to date with employment laws
• attract & retain quality employees
• pay competitive salaries
• offer benefits (e.g., health insurance & 401K plans)
• train and incentivize staff
• file the proper forms
• process payroll
• and many other activities…
HR Activities
People are what make or break a business. You cannot run a
successful company without doing HR effectively.
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Annual HR Costs
iWorkwell Gives You More For The Money
HR Outsourcing*
In-House HR**
Harassment Lawsuit
Legal Fees
$72,000
$137,000
$250,000
iWorkwell, Inc.
Sources:
* HR Outsourcing for a typical company of 30 to 100 employees, includes: On-site Technician, Payroll/HRIS,
Benefits, and HR (The Outsource Group, June 5, 2001).
** In-House HR for a typical company of 30 to 100 employees, includes: HR Manager, HR Generalist/Benefits
Support/Payroll Person, Legal/Consulting Support, and Training Support (The Outsource Group, June 5, 2001).
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So, How Economical Is iWorkwell?
• Only pennies per working hour — from a high of
18 cents per person/hour in a 5 person company,
to less than 7/100ths of a cent per person/hour in
a 50,000 employee organization.
• Less than 1/20th the cost of hiring or outsourcing
to someone capable in HR.
• Less than minimum wage, by orders of
magnitude.
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How Can Bad HR Practices Cost
Your Company
• What percentage of applicants, do you suppose,
lie to their employers?
Organizations face staggering statistics:
– 57% lie about their duration of previous
employment.
– 35% lie about having higher education.
– 23% have used other names.
– 9% lie about criminal convictions.
– 6% supply false Social Security Numbers.*
* DeMey, D. & Flowers, J. Jr. (eds.) (2001) Don’t Hire A Crook Austin, TX:
Thomas Investigative Publications, Inc.
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How Can Bad HR Practices Cost
Your Company
• According to Jury Verdict Research, the odds of an
employee winning a discrimination case are as high as
65%.
• If a firm that conducted ethics training is sued for
discrimination:
– Settlement cost: $85,000.
– Litigation cost*: $155,000.
• How much, on average, do you suppose it would cost
a firm that did not conduct ethics training?
– Settlement cost: $304,000.
– Litigation cost*: $960,750.
* Legal fees included.
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How Can Bad HR Practices Cost
Your Company
• A survey conducted for LexisNexis by Harris
Interactive found that 35% of female workers
and 17% of male workers claimed to have been
harassed at work.
• How much do you think harassment cases cost
on average?
According to statistics compiled by the EEOC
and FEHA:
– Pre-trial settlements: $300,000.
– Litigation judgments: $1.8 Million.
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Typical HR Practices
• Organizations generally cannot afford (or don't want) to build and
maintain large HR departments staffed with experts in every HR
discipline.
• Whether or not they have a dedicated HR manager in each
location, most firms don't have enough hours in the day to handle
all the management issues that they face.
• All too often, firms have a limited professionally trained,
knowledgeable and experienced HR staff. Therefore, they're also
utilizing department heads, supervisors, secretaries, office
managers or finance staff — people with regular full-time jobs —
who now have HR responsibilities piled on.
• Yet with literally hundreds of critical HR topics — and with the
field changing daily — even an HR pro simply cannot stay on top
of everything you need to know and do.
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iWorkwell Augments Your Current Practices
• iWorkwell supplements a firm's internal HR resources (whatever
they are) with in-depth, up-to-date knowledge — round-the-clock
— on the gamut of HR disciplines.
• Expertise from an entire department of Management & HR experts.
• A comprehensive set of the best tools for the best price:
Thousands of tools from hundreds of vendors are on the market.
Which ones are valid and reliable, which ones should you use?
iWorkwell has done the research and due diligence, vetted them,
and negotiated a better deal than you can get on your own.
iWorkwell is an economical, total HR advisory system that:
– Improves productivity.
– Increases security.
– Saves money.
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iWorkwell Meets Your HR Needs
HR Navigator
What
toCharts
do?
HR
Flow
Training /
Upgrading
Development
Skills
Research &
iSurvey
Feedback
Record
Briefcase
Keeping
Organization Mgt
Org Modeler
Workforce Analytics
Daily
News
Paperwork
Assessment
Staffing
Tools
Ask Crisis
An Expert
Management
iWorkwell
HR
Activities
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Employee
Policy Wizard
Relations
Regulations & Forms
Compliance
Compliance Documenter
Background
Risk
Check
Management
Competitive
Jobs & Salaries
Salaries
iWorkwell Features
• HR Navigator
— Best Practices
Rely on this large and growing library of instructional
articles for everything you need to know and do in HR.
Unlike the opinion pieces, narratives and hard-to-read
white papers elsewhere in magazines, newsletters or
the web, iWorkwell articles are succinct and to the
point; they're action oriented, include checklists, and
help you complete the task.
Think of HR Navigator as a comprehensive cookbook:
when you need to do X, you only need that recipe —
you don't read all of the other recipes from A to Z, and
you don't have to be a master chef.
The instructions are easy to digest, so that no matter
who you are, you'll keep up with changes in the field,
save time, and consistently follow best practices.
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iWorkwell Features
• HR Flow Charts
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Coming soon. View iWorkwell's proprietary process
maps — clear diagrams of best practice procedures for
all key HR processes. Each concise visual guide
includes detailed explanations of every step. Either use
the recommended models as-is, or download and
customize for your organization.
iWorkwell Features
• Regulations &
Forms
Get up-to-date legal information — all of the federal
and state forms, posters, notices, regulations and
instructions you require — about management, health
& safety, staffing/employment and tax & payroll. Many
forms are "smart" which can be completed electronically (and emailed to employees).
Save time and hassle searching your office or the
Internet for the right information. Stop paying $1,000
per year for quarterly subscriptions of cumbersome
booklets or CDs which may already be out of date by
the time they are printed, packaged, addressed,
shipped and arrive on your desk. On iWorkwell, you'll
have everything you need at your fingertips within
seconds.
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iWorkwell Features
• Ask An Expert
Receive individualized advice — fast, when you need it:
submit a question, and an expert in that specific
HR topic area will get back to you.
• Training /
Development
Access the best* online courses money can buy, and
ensure that employees are trained following federal &
state regulations, such as Sarbanes-Oxley, which requires
that all U.S. organizations — not just publicly traded
companies — provide extensive compliance training.
Increase productivity, satisfaction and retention by
upgrading employees' skills with thousands of courses
covering major business and technical topics. As an
iWorkwell member, you'll save thousands of training
dollars per employee each year.
Hypothetical example: If you trained only 5 employees,
you'd save $10,000-15,000 per year. Translate that
to 100 employees … or 1,000.
* Again awarded "Best of
Elearning!"
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iWorkwell Features
• Policy Wizard
Create the employee handbook you need to
communicate company policies to employees. Follow
this step-by-step guide which illustrates typical types
and terms of policies, then customize it to suit your
workforce, culture, size, industry and location. Instead
of paying lawyers by the hour to write or update your
handbook, you'll save $3,000-$10,000 or more in legal
fees.
• iSurvey
Want to know what your customers really think? How
about your suppliers... or your staff? Conduct surveys
for market research or collect feedback from various
stakeholders. Analyze this data — responses,
complaints, ideas — and make improvements: boost
employee morale and retention; improve product
quality and service; increase customer satisfaction;
spark product innovation.
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iWorkwell Features
• Assessment
Tools
Coming soon. Gather quantifiable data about the
personalities, skills and abilities of current employees
and applicants. Learn who is wrong for the position,
who lacks the knowledge or understanding to do the
job, and who has the emotional traits to perform well
within your existing workplace culture.
Hundreds of vendors and thousands of tools are on the
market; which ones are valid, reliable, predictive, and
useful? iWorkwell has done the research and due
diligence, vetted them, and compiled a comprehensive
set of the best tools for the best price.
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iWorkwell Features
• Jobs &
Salaries
Attract and retain employees at the appropriate pay
level. If you're paying too little, your good employees
will leave. If you're paying too much, you're wasting
limited resources which could be better used elsewhere.
Instead, get the facts to get it right: enter geographic
location and job title for the latest monthly
compensation data.
• Background
Check
Verify criminal, credit, driving, educational and
employment history. Easily and economically reduce
your risks associated with hiring mistakes (e.g.,
unqualified staff, violence, theft, harassment) and
make informed decisions using this service that's #1
in accuracy and client satisfaction.
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iWorkwell Features
• Briefcase
Save your favorite or frequently-used articles, forms,
etc. in this organized storage space and work area.
• Personalized
Daily News
Think of this as your personal news-clipping service.
Search for your competitors and other topics of
interest; stay current in your field.
Choose up to 3 industries or occupations, and receive
an array of press releases and articles, updated daily,
from such leading publications as The Associated
Press, Bloomberg, CNN, Harvard Business Review, HR
Magazine, Human Resources Executive, The McKinsey
Quarterly, The NY Times, Reuters, The Washington
Post, Wharton and over 3,000 others.
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Recap
iWorkwell Gives You More For The Money
HR Outsourcing*
In-House HR**
$72,000
$137,000
Harassment Lawsuit
Legal Fees
iWorkwell, Inc.
Sources:
* HR Outsourcing for a typical company of 30 to 100 employees, includes: On-site Technician, Payroll/HRIS,
Benefits, and HR (The Outsource Group, June 5, 2001).
** In-House HR for a typical company of 30 to 100 employees, includes: HR Manager, HR Generalist/Benefits
Support/Payroll Person, Legal/Consulting Support, and Training Support (The Outsource Group, June 5, 2001).
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$250,000
iWorkwell Benefits Your Organization
• By introducing Management & HR best practices,
improving employee productivity, minimizing
administrative headaches and facilitating
compliance with the law.
• By helping to avoid common pitfalls that can be
costly and land your company and you in court.
• By providing an entire team of HR experts for
less than 1/20th the cost of hiring even one.
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iWorkwell Benefits Your Organization
• Drives & standardizes HR best practices
throughout the corporation, and streamlines
operations in all US locations.
• Only pennies per working hour for round-theclock service.
• A corporate iWorkwell membership quickly pays
for itself. It’s the best HR investment your
organization can make.
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