Chase Cragun, VP of Recruiting USU MHR
Chase carries HR experience in training, recruiting, labor and employee relations, team leadership, and as a generalist. He is always building and expanding on his skills as well as looking for ways to augment his network. When he can, he looks for ways to give back by mentoring new/upcoming HR professionals.
What words of advice and encouragement would you give to someone just starting out in HR?
Be results oriented. Companies want to hire those who can get them results and achieve quantifiable goals. Market yourself as such and you will increase your value proposition.
Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
You’ve probably heard about the Family and Medical Leave Act. This law can be challenging to understand. Does it apply to your company, and if so, how do you stay in compliance with it? What are the consequences if you don’t? Here are the basics to know as you begin to learn about this important aspect of HR work.
Have you considered tuition reimbursement as a possible solution to this? Take a look and see if tuition reimbursement is right for your company.