What’s New at The HR Source?

20 Places To Go In D.C.

There are so many things to do in D.C. for SHRM16. Here are to 20 places you must go:

Museums and Landmarks:


National Mall – There are too many to list the monuments and museums, so why not walk to the National Mall and enjoy all of it. You will see the U.S. Capitol, The Washington Monument, several Smithsonian Museums, the U.S. Botanical Gardens, the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial, the World War II Memorial, The Jefferson and Lincoln Memorial, and others. It is not only a great place to embrace history, but you’ll get exercise too. Click here to read more.

Grill, Grapes and Jazz — A Charity Grill-Off, Wine Tasting and Jazz Event.

Join The HR SOURCE Foundation, a 501(c) 3 organization and an affiliate of The HR SOURCE for its 3rd annual Charity Grill-Off.  The Charity Grill-off, Wine Tasting, Silent Auction and Jazz event will feature a grilling competition where professional and amateur chefs will fire up their grills for charity.
Other features of this event include:
  • Great live music
  • Wine and beer tasting with samples from around the world
  • Chocolate tasting
  • Silent Auction
  • Networking with great people
To enter the competition or for sponsorship opportunities click here.

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The HR SOURCE WINS BPA with Port Authority of New York and New Jersey

The HR SOURCE has been selected to provide Expert Professional Recruitment services for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey during 2012 – 2015. “We are thrilled to have the opportunity to work with the Port Authority again” say HR SOURCE President/CEO, Pat Hall Jaynes.

The HR SOURCE introduces compensation series.

The HR SOURCE will offer 2 hands-on compensation courses as part of it’s compensation series for HR professionals. Led by certified compensation professional, Dora Daniel, this series will provide all the tools required to develop an organization’s compensation structure. “This series provides a wealth of compensation knowledge at a reasonable price”, says HR SOURCE founder and CEO, Pat Hall Jaynes.

The HR SOURCE Wins ATF Contract

The HR SOURCE was awarded a one year contract with four option years with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives to provide Human Resources support services. Under this contract, The HR SOURCE will provide support for a range of responsibilities relating to the disciplinary and adverse action functions for allegations of employee misconduct.

“It was great to have retained this contract after it was recompeted” says Pat Hall Jaynes, Founder and CEO of The HR SOURCE. “We are thrilled that the ATF has put their confidence in us again”. Click here to read more.

The HR SOURCE WINS NAVY CONTRACT

The HR SOURCE was awarded a 1 year contract with the Department of the Navy’s Customer Service Division, Human Resources Department at the Naval Weapons Station in Seal Beach, California. Under this contract, The HR SOURCE will provide human resources advisory services for a multitude of commands and major components with diverse missions and requirements as well as various labor organizations. Services provided will include staffing, classification, labor and employee relations and training.

“After having worked with the US Coast Guard and the Air Force, we are excited to add the Navy to our list of military contract awards”, says Pat Hall Jaynes, HR SOURCE founder and CEO. Click here to read more.

The HR SOURCE Wins BPA

The HR SOURCE along with it’s subcontracting partners Serco, Inc and MBACSi have been awarded a blanket purchase order (BPA) to provide human resources consulting and support services to the Department of Transportation, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. The scope of the 5 year, multi-award, up to $13.5 million dollar contract includes human resources general support services for HR process improvement, strategic human capital planning, policy development, workforce planning and other human resource consulting and support services.

“This is a huge win for us says HR SOURCE founder and CEO”, Pat Hall Jaynes. Click here to read more.