President of E3-HR Inc.

CHARLES SPINELLI

Professional Employer Organization operating in 47 states.

With 24 years of expertise in executive management, corporate and securities law, and investment banking.


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CHARLES SPINELLI

Charles holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Fordham University College of Business (1985), a Juris Doctor degree from Fordham University School of Law (1989), and a Master of Theology degree from Holy Apostles College (2020)

Charles has a noteworthy athletic background, having played both football and lacrosse during his college years, and coaching women’s lacrosse for two decades, which earned him a well-deserved place in the Fordham University Athletic Hall of Fame. Additionally, he is an active member of various organizations, including Regnum Christi, Knights of Columbus, and Lumen Institute, and serves as a catechesis presenter and public speaker at Inspire Women’s Center.

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ADDITIONAL LEARNING

Employee Benefits 

Employee benefits are perks provided by employers to their employees, such as health insurance, retirement plans, paid time off, disability insurance, wellness programs, employee discounts, and tuition reimbursement. The aim is to attract and keep skilled employees, while also promoting their happiness and job satisfaction.

Compensation Insurance

By law, employers are required to have workers’ compensation insurance that covers medical expenses, lost wages, and related costs for workers who sustain injuries on the job. This insurance protects both employees and employers by providing injured workers with necessary medical care and avoiding lawsuits against employers for workplace injuries.

Legal Compliance for Employment 

To ensure a fair and safe work environment, employers are required to adhere to anti-discrimination laws, maintain workplace health and safety, appropriately categorize employees as exempt or non-exempt, provide suitable accommodations for employees with disabilities, and comply with wage and hour regulations.


“Acquiring and Nurturing the Best Talent to Ensure Success”

What is Human Resources?

The main role of HR is to ensure that the organization has the right people with the necessary skills and qualifications to achieve its goals.

HR plays a critical role in developing and implementing policies and procedures related to employee benefits, compensation, and compliance with labor laws and regulations. Ultimately, the goal of human resources is to create a positive and productive work environment that supports the success of both the employees and the organization.