Membership Information


Pacific Employers' Forms

Pacific Employers' Membership Agreement Form PDF

Handbook Survey - Four Page Form (PDF)


Price List below -or - Price List PDF Copy

Safety Program - IIPP - SB 198 - 2 Page Form (PDF)

Video Library List


We are now offering the state mandated 2 hour Sex Harassment
Prevention Training Classes for Supervisors!

Please Review the Following Services We Provide:



     This enables our firm to provide the highest quality labor relations, personnel and safety services. Pacific Employers, Advisors to Management, offers employers professional consultation and expert personnel services, qualified policy manuals, handbooks and sound safety training.  

     Our conscientious principles of outstanding support will assist you in acquiring your management goals. 

History of Pacific Employers -
Originally — Tulare-Kings Employers Council — Tulare-Kings Employers Consultants, Inc.

     Pacific Employers was originally established in 1964 as a non-profit organization created to help employers deal with labor problems. The root of those problems, in 1964, were unions. At that time, the activity of our business was nearly 100 percent dealing with unions; negotiations, elections, strikes, picketing and unfair labor practices. We spent most of our time negotiating to arrive at employer friendly agreements.

     Several things happened in the 1980's -'90's that changed our business. Wrongful discharge lawsuits, the air traffic controllers strike, when President Regan made good on a threat to fire all who struck, the I-9 forms, the SB198 - IIPP's, and than finally the Clarence Thomas Supreme Court Confirmation Hearings.

     The air traffic controllers firing had the effect of telling the unions that their dominance was over, and the I-9 Forms made it clear how invasive "Big Mother" government had gotten. Wrongful discharge lawsuits, the safety programs needed for every employer and the Sex Harassment witch hunt that followed Anita Hill's testimony made it clear that no employer should try to run a business without documentation and a good support staff.

     We recognized as we moved away from engaging unions to representing employers in front of the government's administrative agencies that we would have to change our structure. We became a profit corporation and began providing many consulting services for no extra charge. Our business concept was to make our membership such a good deal that no one who joined would ever quit. Just the opposite of what had happened before. In the past, when we were successful in ridding the company of the union, they chose to quit, inasmuch as they no longer had a problem for us to help solve.

     By 1991 we had made the transition from 90% union related activity to 90% handbooks, written safety programs and most important, answering labor relations questions over the phone. Advertising and sales campaigns have not been terribly successful. We have grown by word of mouth over the years. We have one commission sales person who enjoys taking her message to employers.

     The majority of our members are local, but part of that comes from the only promotional program we have, dinner for two at the Vintage Press, when a member refers a new member. In 1991 we had 175 members and recently we surpassed 600 full retainer clients.

     We feel we are unique as a labor consulting firm. While we derive revenue from the service of preparing handbooks and written safety programs, the major emphasis of our enterprise continues to be subscribing customers.


    Pacific Employers' Price List

  Member Prices - Current as of

Regular Membership:
* Monthly Fee 60.00
* One Time Initiation Fee $250.00
Hourly Labor & Safety Consulting 185.00
DOT Commercial Drivers Drug Program

Drug Free Workplace Policy  125.00
Employee Handbook - Review 185.00 per hour
Employee Handbook - Complete 850.00

SB 198 Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP)

Supervisor's Two Hour

Sex Harassment Prevention Training