We provide an unmatched network of resources
and expertise relevant to the current economic environment.
Compliance with a Drug Free Workplace; identifying a qualified talent pool; establishing and measuring performance on the job; creating a career succession plan to include a structured training program such as registered apprenticeship; managing, collecting, and analyzing personnel data for accounting and reporting purposes; and temporary staffing are all HR services in demand due to the anticipated military buildup.
Our cadre of consultants, personnel management specialists, and program managers serve as management advisors to clients on federal labor laws: EEO Affirmative Action Program; Drug Free Workplace Act; Merit System Principles; Uniform Guideline for Selection and Hiring; U.S. Department of Labor Office of Apprenticeship; and U.S. Department of Labor, Office of Federal Contracts and Compliance. With the Department of Defense (DOD) plans to move military forces and equipment to Guam, PHRS is prepared to assist local businesses in recruiting and staffing a workforce with the competencies to do the job well and achieve employers’ strategic goals.
For businesses receiving federal funds, PHRS can help your business comply with the merit system principles. The PHRS has a proven record of accomplishment in assisting businesses with implementing, administering, and complying with federal labor laws and statutes.