Specific product solutions are easy and find at BLR.com because they are graphically displayed by market, topic, or media. If a manager is looking for help on "Environmental Emergency Response Compliance", for example, she could find it quickly in the "Environmental" market under the "Compliance>>Emergency" topic. To find videos, one only need look under that media type, where dozens of programs are arrayed by market. Related products and alternative media are displayed for each product, to further assist in making the right selection.
The Search function at BLR.com has been greatly improved. As an example, manufacturing managers who need a source of Computer Based Training can instantly get a complete list of CBT training products just by entering "manufacturing" or "CBT" into BLR.com's search field. Likewise, if an HR manager has questions about the new overtime regulations currently causing so much confusion, entering any key word related to that topic will bring up a broad array of BLR problem solvers- such as BLR's new "FLSA: Wage and Hour Self-Audit Guide - Download."
BLR's President, Bob Brady, said of the new website: "We've always been known for the problem solvers we provide busy compliance and training managers. Now, with the new BLR.com we have a website that puts the full array of our solutions at a user's fingertips- for example how to best manage a mold problem in a commercial building, or the best choice for PowerPoint training meetings on safety."
Based in Old Saybrook, Conn., BLR publishes over 250 handbooks, newsletters, booklets, CD-ROM, and Internet content portals serving professionals in human resources, compensation, safety and health, and environmental management. For more information and a free catalog, call 1-800-727-5257 or visit the all-new www.BLR.com.
Saybrook, CT—September 20, 2004—Managers who need fast answers and pre-written solutions to vexing compliance and training problems have a new resource to help them breathe a bit easier. Business and Legal Reports Inc. has just launched a completely new website, www.BLR.com, that sets a new level of ease of use for busy managers in human resources, compensation, safety, and environmental compliance.