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Mayer offers services in human resources


August 2, 2018

Press release

Emily Mayer served for 15 years as Hill County’s human resources professional, pioneering the position for county government officials whose duties were of a human resources director capacity.

Her knowledge of human resources is now available to governments, not-for-profits, private businesses and employees via contract.

Mayer can manage human resources needs including interviews, new-hire orientation, policy and procedure, Family Medical Leave Act, Americans with Disabilities Act, Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action, job descriptions, discipline, conflict resolution, grievances, safety and more.

In addition, she creates training sessions on various human resources issues for business owners, managers, supervisors, elected officials, public and private sector employees, board members and volunteers. Starting Sept. 1, she will be taking appointments for sexual harassment training sessions. Future human resources training topics will include FMLA, ADA, EEO/Affirmative Action and more.

Mayer earned an Associate of Science in business administration from Montana State University-Northern.

She lives in her hometown of Havre, where she also pursues her love of local history and historic preservation.

Mayer is not an attorney and therefore cannot offer legal advice. People seeking legal advice are recommended to contact their legal counsel for situations that require legal assistance.

For more information, call Emily Mayer at 399-5225.


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