CAI members have online access to critical news, information, research and advice. You’ll find much of that here. You’ll also find additional details on services that will help you maximize the benefits of membership within your organization.
Unlimited telephone access to our experienced HR professionals provides our members with the answers they need to help solve real-life workplace problems. Meet the CAI Advice and Resolution team and learn more about how they can help you.
New rules, regulatory changes and trends are highlighted in our weekly Management Newsletter along with all of the HR and management related information your organization needs to know. View the current week’s news or past issues.
Employee benefits planning, payroll processing and drug testing are just a few examples of the specialized services that CAI’s trusted partners provide to our members. Some services are provided at discounted rates.
The Employee Handbook Guide is an extremely valuable resource when developing a new handbook, revising policies or adding policies. As a member you may download our Employee Handbook Guide free of charge.
CAI is a partner in the Employers Coalition of North Carolina (ECNC). ECNC is committed to improving North Carolina’s business climate through political involvement at the legislative and administrative levels of government.
Participating in our Member List Serve gives you the opportunity to ask your peers at member companies for advice and/or recommendations while also sharing your best practices.
Featuring the most up-to-date information on state and federal laws, codes, court rulings, and statutes governing the workplace, our North Carolina Employers’ Desk Manual is a must for any company doing business in the state. Visit our easy to navigate online version.
Access great content, forms, and checklists, as well as Federal and State laws, news and trends, all designed to save you time and money in this members-only HR research network.
Search for unionized facilities in North Carolina and union elections held in North Carolina since 1975. You can also look up union names and their abbreviations.
Use the online research resources to help you develop HR policies and strategies.