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The revolutionary online service for human resource professionals, published in association with LexisNexis

Here you’ll find a suite of practical tools to reduce risk and help you stay compliant with federal, state and municipal law. You will gain access to the most comprehensive, authoritative and up-to-date guidance on employment law and regulation across all jurisdictions, tailored to the needs of the HR professional. You will benefit from many practical tools, such as interactive workflow charts, model policies and documents, how to guides and supervisor briefings. These tools are designed to save you time and reduce risk, and they’re all together in one place, enabling you to avoid the cost of multiple subscriptions.

Employment Law Manual

At the heart of the service is our employment law manual, written by an extensive network of attorneys from leading national and state employment law firms and edited by our expert in-house team, combining seasoned employment law attorneys and SPHR-certified editors.

Employment and labor law are presented in plain English in a way that makes sense to HR professionals – covering the entire employment lifecycle, from recruitment to retirement, and everything in between.

Our legal guidance is laid out in a user-friendly way with the non-attorney in mind. We focus on the practical consequences of the law for employers and HR – using realistic examples and checklists.

If there are any legal changes in the pipeline, we’ll give you advanced warning in our “future developments” sections.

What’s more, our fully searchable manual includes employment law guidance for each of the 50 states and the District of Columbia. Specific guidance for your chosen states will be displayed wherever it is relevant.

To complement our practical HR guidance you can access related original legal source materials – including federal and, optionally, state laws and regulations and case law provided by our partner, the leading legal publisher LexisNexis.

Because all the relevant information is in one place, you reduce the need for cross referencing and checking different resources to find an answer. You can spend less time researching and more time doing your job.

Unique task-based approach

Using XpertHR’s unique task-based approach, you can easily access the resources you need including hundreds of frequently asked questions, case law reports and HR best practice guides - using up-to-date legally compliant language, and supported by customizable email alerts, to help you create or update your HR documents quickly and efficiently.

By adopting XpertHR as the standard reference in your organization you will know everyone is looking at the same trustworthy information, provided in a consistent format to enable them to find the right answers.

Easy to navigate and browse by topic as well as task, our service also features a powerful search engine that makes finding your desired resources even easier.

But it doesn’t stop there. All XpertHR customers also have access to Liveflo, our innovative interactive workflow service.

Access to LiveFlo

Liveflo is a leading edge online tool that guides you step-by-step through some of HR’s most challenging and risky procedures, providing support at exactly the point when you need it, helping you comply with employment law in multiple jurisdictions.

So, to sum it all up: XpertHR – a unique resource for the HR professional:

  • saving you time researching,
  • saving you money by avoiding the need for multiple subscriptions, and
  • reducing risk with high quality, up-to-date, practical information that you can use.

Why not try XpertHR for yourself? Select the “Learn More” tab to find out how XpertHR can revolutionize your job.

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Listen to some sample podcasts from XpertHR

  • FMLA Takes Center Stage

    Featuring a conversation with Littler Mendelson attorney Casey Kurtz, of the firm’s Pittsburgh office, about key Family and Medical Leave Act issues. Topics include new intermittent leave challenges, the interplay between the FMLA and the Americans with Disabilities Act, and much more.


  • EEOC, CORI Arrest and Conviction Podcast

    Featuring EEOC Asst. Gen. Counsel Carol Miaskoff, plus a panel discussion about employer use of arrest and conviction records with Boston employment attorneys Sheryl Eisenberg of Hirsch, Roberts Weinstein and Peter Mee of Morgan, Lewis & Bockius.


  • Peter Gillespie, Fisher Phillips, Chicago

    Including: workplace violence, employee drug testing, social media and more…


  • James Anelli, LeClair Ryan, Newark, NJ

    Including: what you need to know about the ADA, why EEOC discrimination cases are at an all-time high, key employment trends on the rise and more…