Spend More Time Running Your Company
And less time and hassle managing your employees.
For nearly 2 decades, we have been helping businesses just like yours stay legal and keep their workforce happy. Unlike most HR Firms, we come to you. We work on-site with you and your team to achieve the best results. We can either support and fill in gaps in your current HR department, or you can outsource all of your HR needs to our qualified team of professionals.
You can count on us for all aspects of your human resources, including Wage and Salary Administration, Employee Benefits Development and Communication, Organizational Development, Health and Safety Development and Training Programs, Customer Service, Sales & Marketing, Mergers and Acquisitions, and On-Site Wellness Programs to reduce your Health Insurance Costs.
We can even come on-site and conduct a no-obligation, impartial, HR Audit so that you know what you’re doing right, and what areas need some improvement.
WE ARE HERE TO HELP YOU STAY LEGAL & PRODUCTIVE
EE & LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT
One of the most difficult parts of managing a business isn’t sales or getting work done, it’s managing your employees. Our team is trained, experienced, and equipped with the tools they need to help you get the most out of your team, as well as make sure they are trained in your business practices, policies, and legal issues that they ...
As an employer, you have a lot of responsibilities when it comes to ensuring that your employees can work for you safely and that your managers know how to address problems when they arise.
Our online training makes it easier than ever before to train your team on a variety of topics. You can ensure that you are delivering the info ...
Human Resource Information Systems
Finding the technology you need to streamline your HR tasks can be a costly headache. That’s why we’ve done hard work for you. We constantly test and evaluate different systems so we can help you get going with the right one for your needs quickly. By having software you can rely on, you can speed up a lot of processes you that you ha ...
It wasn’t that long ago that the majority of companies were choosing to keep their HR functions in house. But now over 50% of large companies and even higher percent of smaller companies are making the move to outsource all or part of their HR needs. Why? It frees you up to use your staff and budget to focus more on core competencies fo ...
Developing strategies and planning ahead is often one of the most difficult things for a business to make the time to do. It can be hard to know what to do, when to do it, and what the ramifications of a decision will be. Since 1998, we have been business owners and managers just like you to develop the strategies and plans that you need ...
AWESOME RESOURCES AT YOUR FINGERTIPS
Fortunately, for many businesses, they leave the hiring to Human Resources, which may be responsible for designing and creating job descriptions. These professionals have the training and expertise to design job descriptions, which are essential to hiring processes and often used to protect the company when it comes down to legal issues. If you don’t… Read more »
In April 2016, the U.S. Department of Labor (or DOL) finally put out an FMLA guide dedicated to employers. It was designed to be a companion guide to the 2012 issue that helped employees understand the Family & Medical Leave Act and their rights under it. According to the DOL, this guide is designed to… Read more »
2015 is winding down and your year-end to-do list is getting longer and longer and longer. It can be easy to overlook your employee handbook in the midst of all of the other craziness going on. But it’s important that you take a few minutes and read and review it to make sure you aren’t… Read more »
Today I want to spend a few minutes looking ahead into 2016 and what your obligations will be in the new year. I’m going to break this down by quarters so that it’s easier for you to tie it in with your normal quarter-end preparations in Human Resources. As you kick-off each quarter, you… Read more »