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These true HR Case Studies demonstrate the benefit of having CYB Human Resources on your side. Specific client details have been altered to maintain client confidentiality.
Background Screen Through Updated New Hire Process Prevented Candidate with Embezzlement Conviction Managing Finance
While partnering with CYB, a client became aware that an employee who applied for a financial role at her company had been found guilty of embezzlement at her previous company.
CYB Human Resources was called in to assist a client with their organizational structure after it was established that a problem employee must be let go. During the initial consult, CYB was made aware that this employee was not doing his job and was threatening violence against other employees and the company as a whole.
While partnering with CYB, a client contacted their HR Manager when they became aware that an employee seemed to be intoxicated on the job. The employee was acting inappropriately, slurring, and unable to have a coherent conversation with their manager.
Following the resignation of a female employee, the CEO of this company received a 3-page email detailing the supposed sexual harassment of a female employee by her male manager.
Workplace Injury at a Construction Company while Under the Influence Resulted in Damage to Property & Self
While partnering with CYB Human Resources, a construction company had an on-site incident. One of the day laborers on their job site had run their heavy equipment into the side of a building, damaging both the building, the client’s equipment, and himself.
Social Media Comment by Employee Included Racial Slurs & Could Have Damaged Restaurant's Bottom Line
While partnering with CYB, a client became aware that an employee had commented publicly on Facebook with inappropriate language. The employee was using racial slurs and cursing which was in direct violation of the company’s beliefs, policies, and code of ethics.
While partnering with CYB, a client contacted their HR Manager when they became aware that an employee seemed to be intoxicated on the job. The employee was slurring, falling, and generally causing a scene at their restaurant.
CYB was contacted by a small business that had consistently classified its workers as 10-99 contractors. The client was concerned that they might have been misclassifying employees and was worried that they would receive a massive fine for misclassification
Following a COVID-19 outbreak at the client’s retail location, the client reached out to CYB for guidance on the next steps. At this time, the client had no COVID-19 policy in place and had no specific process on how to manage COVID-19 at their company.