Wilsonville, OR (PRWEB) January 24, 2016
Mammoth HR and the Oregon Restaurant & Lodging Association (ORLA) announced a new partnership to provide HR support, including unlimited HR consulting, to Oregon’s restaurants and lodging companies around the state.
Mammoth is a Portland-based human resources (HR) company that helps employers comply with their regulatory responsibilities and incorporate best practices. Mammoth assists its clients through its team of on-call certified HR professionals and its HR compliance software platform, offering clients unlimited consulting and other tools.
“We’re thrilled to provide our members another innovative solution to help them succeed in their business,” says ORLA President & CEO Jason Brandt. “We know HR is an area of need for our members, and Mammoth offers not only deep industry expertise, but also a forward-thinking and practical approach we know our members will love. It’s a great pleasure to partner with a national market leader that’s also a fellow Oregonian.”
As an Oregon-based business, Mammoth is intimately familiar with the HR rules and practices important to restaurant and lodging companies. Managing employees and HR issues can be challenging in the hospitality industry – where there are strict policies to follow, potentially high turnover, and ever-shifting employee schedules.
Mammoth will offer ORLA members access to two levels of service: Guide and Partner. Under the Guide Program, members will receive answers, advice, and training from Mammoth’s certified HR Professionals through unlimited consultations and Mammoth’s HR compliance software. Under the Partner Program, members receive a dedicated HR Professional who will help them assess their HR needs, build an action plan, and execute the plan. Mammoth plans start at less than $120 per month.
For more information, visit http://www.MammothHR.com or call ORLA Membership at 800.462.0619.
The Oregon Restaurant & Lodging Association is the leading business association for the foodservice and lodging industry in Oregon, which is comprised of over 9,000 foodservice locations and 2,200 lodging establishments with a workforce of 164,800, and a total economic impact of $8 billion - making it the cornerstone of the economy, career opportunities and community involvement. The association works to advocate, protect, train and promote the foodservice and lodging industry.