American Subcontractors Association Members Can Now Access the Popular Business & Legal Resources Employee Handbook Builder Tool

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American Subcontractors Association members can now access the popular Business & Legal Resources Employee Handbook Builder Tool.

Business & Legal Resources (BLR) is now offering its popular employee handbook tool, The Thompson Employee Handbook Builder, to members of the American Subcontractors Association through its ASAdvantage affinity program.

ASA is recognized as the united voice of construction subcontractors dedicated to improving the business environment in the construction industry. Its affinity program, the ASAdvantage, allows ASA members to receive significant discounts and exclusive offers from participating companies.

BLR is offering ASA members an exclusive 10 percent discount off subscriptions to The Thompson Employee Handbook Builder. The Thompson Employee Handbook Builder helps users avoid punitive action and lawsuits from non-compliant handbooks and is a completely Web browser-based system, unlike software products that require users to download files onto their computers.

With this tool, users can build, access, and update their handbook from any computer with a Web browser and an internet connection. In addition, users can search applicable federal and state policies, review them, and get updates throughout the year. All policies for the handbook are attorney reviewed and updated—any changes are automatically sent out to Builder subscribers.

To learn more about The Thompson Handbook Builder, visit http://handbookbuilder.blr.com. To become a member of ASA, visit http://www.asaonline.com.

Since 1975, BLR has been one of the nation’s leading information providers by offering authoritative content, training, and practical, easy-to-use tools in health care, HR and employment law, workplace safety, environmental compliance, compensation and benefits, and politics and legal markets.

Founded in 1966, ASA amplifies the voice of, and leads, trade contractors to improve the business environment for the construction industry and to serve as a steward for the community. The ideals and beliefs of ASA are ethical and equitable business practices, quality construction, a safe and healthy work environment, and integrity and membership diversity. ASA is commemorating its 50th anniversary in 2016.

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