PROXUS - Payroll | Human Resources | Benefits

PROXUS - Payroll | Human Resources | Benefits

April 2012

Issue No. 32


PROXUS Human Resources

HRTechHow HR Technology, Policy and Procedure Implementation Can Improve Organizational Efficiency and Effectiveness

PROXUS HRThe economic downturn has challenged organizations large and small to accomplish more with fewer staff members. Now more than ever, policies and procedures that are not closely aligned with business needs, or under utilizing your payroll systems that could deliver "usable and useful" employee data to support decision-making, create a significant burden that impedes both organizational and individual employee performance. <<Read more>>



PROXUS Payroll

SpecialOfferPROXUS Complimentary 'Optimize Your Workforce' Special Offer

We invite you to take advantage of the first of several complimentary special offers being made available to our valued clients throughout the rest of 2012, in observance of the 10th Anniversary of our Payroll Division this December. PROXUS is very excited and proud to celebrate this milestone and we recognize that without our more than 600 clients including YOU, this would not have been possible!


FREE 'Optimize Your Workforce' Special Offer

It's as easy as 1-2-3...


PROXUS clients: Receive your choice of one complimentary HR or Payroll  Consultation. 

  • This free consultation is designed to identify ways to your increase efficiency and reduce regulatory compliance risk within your organization.
  • You will then receive a summary report of our findings and recommendations.
  • Click below to initiate your complimentary HR or Payroll Consultation or contact PROXUS Principals, John Israel (Payroll), at 215-654-9140 ext. 110; or Jeff Green (HR) at 215-654-9140 ext. 102; to personally schedule your consultation today.

Free HR                FREE Payroll


Sign up today! This offer is only being extended through June 30, 2012.



PROXUS Human Resources

PeoplePROXUS People

ROXUS is pleased to announce the following good news from our Human Resources Division.

Stephanie Shaw, PHR, has been named as a new Human Resources Client Services Associate to our team. Stephanie earned her Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration/Human Resource Administration from Temple University and is certified as a Professional in Human Resources (PHR) through the national HR Certification Institute. Stephanie's professional experience includes roles as a human resources generalist and recruiter through a major non-profit employer in the Philadelphia area. Stephanie also has experience in the hospitality and food service industry, all of which have given her a solid base for an excellent level of customer service that is aligned with the mission and values of PROXUS. Stephanie will be primarily serving as an HR Specialist at several PROXUS client locations where we are the outsourced-HR solution on a daily basis. Please join us in welcoming Stephanie to the PROXUS team.

Kristin Williams, MHRM, SPHR, has been promoted into the position of Director, Client Services within the HR Division here at PROXUS. In this role, Kristin will be assuming client relationship management and business development responsibilities while continuing to deliver high-quality strategic and tactical HR guidance to clients. Kristin joined the PROXUS team in 2006 as a human relations generalist and since then has continued to grow and develop professionally, contributing to many successful client outcomes. Today, Kristin leverages over 15 years of HR management experience and expertise to oversee multiple client HRO relationships and lead project teams on assigned client engagements. Please join us in extending our congratulations to Kristin.



PROXUS Human Resources

ComplianceCompliance Update


NLRB Employee Rights Posting Requirement Suspended: Last November, PROXUS highlighted a new NLRB posting requirement for all employers. Recently, this requirement was suspended by the NLRB and employers are no longer required to post this information by April 30, 2012 as originally planned. And they may remove the notice if they have already posted it. 

A U.S. Court of Appeals issued an emergency injunction on April 17, 2012, delaying the notice requirement until the Court resolves whether or not the NLRB has the authority to implement the rule. The Court is deciding an appeal of a recent district court ruling that upheld the NLRB's authority to require most private sector employers to post the notice.

The Court is scheduled to hear the case in September, 2012. That means that the notice requirement would not go into operation until at least this fall.



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For More Information Contact...
John Israel, Principal, ext. 110

Jeff Green, Principal, ext. 102
OR... Your PROXUS Representative

PROXUS Payroll | Human Resources | Benefits