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The value of method and experience.

Enquiron was established in 1996 by two partners who previously founded what became the largest regional accounting and consulting firm in New England for more than 40 years. Joining them in supplying consultative solutions, to hundreds of thousands of employer groups nationwide, are a partner from a prestigious Boston law firm, a successful entrepreneur, and a seasoned business consultant.

Enquiron has offices across the United States and, through its patented business model and technology, provides thousands of organizations with documented solutions to their specific business challenges. So whether you're a small or medium-sized organization in the private, nonprofit, or public sector, or a large, national employer, let Enquiron offer actionable answers to your most pressing workplace questions.

Every employer, no matter what size, has to deal with human resource (HR) issues, regulations, and employment law changes. Whether you are a large, national organization with locations in many states or a small to mid-sized business, you can be just as vulnerable to lawsuits over employee firings, harassment or discrimination, improper documentation processes, and dozens of other situations that put you and your organization at risk.

There's been no real answer. Until now.

Enquiron delivers an accessible HR and employment law compliance solution that addresses your organization's specific legal and best-practices HR questions, no matter if you have in-house legal counsel, experienced HR professionals, or neither. Enquiron helps you reduce risk, avoid litigation, and remain compliant in the face of continuously changing government regulations and evolving employee issues in your workplace.

Our attorneys are experienced and knowledgeable in all aspects of HR, employment law, government regulations, and compliance. We assist not only at the federal level, but also point out state-specific distinctions. We help you manage employee issues before they turn into claims:

  • + Hiring and Termination
  • + Wage and Hour
  • + Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
  • + Progressive Discipline
  • + Personnel Files
  • + Plus more than 45 other common HR and employment law challenges organizations face across all industries

As your organization's one-stop resource for HR and employment law support, we have the following additional support materials:

  • + 50 state-specific employee handbook tools
  • + Interactive, web-based training in HR and employment law
  • + HR forms and checklists
  • + Federal and state-specific employment law posters
  • + Federal and state-specific news and regulations
  • + Monthly HR Express Updates, and critical HR Alerts as news breaks

With Enquiron, the expertise you need is just a phone call or a mouse-click away. And you can call as often as you need to.

Call 617.247.6100 to speak with a knowledgeable representative today.

A changing healthcare marketplace, coupled with government reform efforts, has made employee health and welfare benefits increasingly complex for employers. Employers face more than 50 different employment law issues including hiring, termination, FMLA and discrimination, in addition to the concerns of HIPAA, COBRA, OSHA, GINA and healthcare reform.

How do you handle the maze of changes and challenges?
Let Enquiron help.

Our attorneys can answer your organization's legal and compliance questions while guiding you through the labyrinth of new laws and regulations that affect you and your workplace. Enquiron's consultative healthcare compliance approach combines legal advice with online tools and resources, not only for the employer, but for brokers and third-party administrators as well.

Some of the healthcare challenges that raise legal and compliance issues:

  • + Tell me what to do: Healthcare reform and the changing marketplace - are they here to stay, and what do they mean for my organization?
  • + Cost containment: By moving from fully insured to self-funded, my company has increased risks. How can I mitigate them?
  • + Penalties or incentives? Implementing wellness programs that evolve over time from participation to outcome-based show the most value, but require the most behavioral change by my employees. What if they resist these changes?

With Enquiron, the expertise you need is just a phone call or mouse-click away. And you can call as often as you need to.

Call 617.247.6100 to speak with a knowledgeable representative today.

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