You guys rock!  I’m so glad we joined your association!

Layli Alston/ Environmental Designs Inc.

 Content Editor ‭[4]‬

For over 70 years, Employers Council has been providing compensation and benefit data to employers, along with consultation and advice, to allow you to make the best decisions for your workplace based on sound experience and reliable data.

Learn More

Employers Council's library of resources and our staff's in-depth knowledge help employers stay in compliance and better manage the risks you face.

Learn More

Employers Council has tools to guide you in measuring employee performance and improving productivity, adding to your bottom line.

Learn More

 Content Editor ‭[3]‬


Training0Employees Per Year

 Content Editor ‭[5]‬

Who We Serve

We serve employers of all sizes by responding to requests for assistance with timely, considered advice and providing all the tools necessary to attract, hire, train, and retain the best possible workforce.


Who We Are

Employers Council is more than 200 legal and HR professionals with experience and expertise in every facet of human resources and employment law. We are easily accessible and well equipped to address your issues.



 HomePage Events

Upcoming Events

Utah Compensation Survey Briefing Session

Learn how your organization can use valuable data excerpted from our 2018 Utah Benchmark Compensation Survey in planning your compensation strategy... Read More

SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP Examination Study Program

SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP Examination Study Program

This class helps HR professionals prepare for the SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP exam... Read More

Public Employers Conference

This annual conference addresses unique issues HR professionals face who work for government or quasi-government agencies... Read More

PHR/SPHR/aPHR Study Programs

PHR/SPHR/aPHR Study Programs

These interactive study courses assist in preparing for the exam. The employment attorneys and HR professionals are subject matter experts and use an assortment of teaching techniques... Read More


Recent News

Labor Department Issues New Opinion Letters

The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) issued three new Opinion Letters last week. The first Opinion Letter, FLSA2019-1, addresses minimum wage and overtime for residential janitors. In the second Opinion Letter, FMLA2019-1-A, the DOL clarifies that an employer may not delay the designation of FMLA-qualifying leave or designate more than 12 weeks of leave (or 26... Read more »

The post Labor Department Issues New Opinion Letters appeared first on Employers Council Blog.

2019 Utah Legislative Session Highlights

The 2019 Utah Legislative Session ended on March 14, 2019. Although the session was dominated by discussions about tax modernization in Utah (which ultimately failed to pass), a number of employment-related bills passed that could potentially affect your business. The following non-exhaustive list is a selection of a few of the bills to be aware... Read more »

The post 2019 Utah Legislative Session Highlights appeared first on Employers Council Blog.

Report: Workplace Safety Losing Ground

The National Employment Law Project (NELP), a think-tank and lobbying group, released findings last week suggesting that workplace fatality investigations reached decade-high levels during the last two years while worksite safety enforcement by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) declined during the same period. Moreover, OSHA currently has the lowest number of health and... Read more »

The post Report: Workplace Safety Losing Ground appeared first on Employers Council Blog.

We are ready to help.