Your Chamber of Commerce brings you HRgear.com, an award-winning, comprehensive resource and reference center, containing the tools and information you need to keep your business running smoothly.
As a Member of the Blakely-Early County Chamber of Commerce, you have free unlimited access to this valuable business resource, including all of the forms, documents and information on HRgear.com, for the duration of your membership.
HR Gear.com is an authoritative explanation of the Human Resources laws, forms, checklists, policies, model documents, trends and developments, that you will refer to every day.
Already have your account information? As a Member you should have already received a Welcome Kit with login instructions and your Username/Password. Then simply click over to HRgear.com/BlakelyEarly and Login with your Username and Password. If you need help logging in, please refer to the login tutorial here.
Didn’t receive your login information? Please contact the Chamber for your Username and Password.
Once you're on the site, be sure to click on the Contents tab to see all the topics covered. Check out the extensive Tools & Resources, or, click on Site Overview, and let Stephanie give you a brief overview of the site. It’s All the “HR gear” You Need to keep your business running smoothly.
"The Pataula Center for Children, a non-profit child advocacy center, debated about becoming a member of the Chamber. We thought (and hoped) that Chamber membership might bring community awareness about who we are, our mission, the population we serve, and ways we help the community in both the short- and long-term. This is exactly what happened! We have gained much support, recognition and awareness in the area through our Chamber membership and we have also learned of other needs we could meet within the community. We have benefited from other Chamber members and community businesses who have donated items, skills, expertise, and services which have helped us work more efficiently and effectively and be able to do more for the community."
Julia Houston, Director
Pataula Center for Children