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 for the your business. HR doesn’t generate revenue, but it demands a lot of time and resources. Outsourcing your HR to us almost always saves you money too. Because we have a team of dedicated professionals across a variety of areas, we can focus in on getting things done efficiently – saving you time, the overhead of additional staff, and still giving you greater access to a variety of information and resources you would normally have trouble acquiring. Our staff also undergoes constant training (at our expense and not yours) to help us stay up to date on the latest laws and regulations. Then means you reduce your risk of compliance violations significantly. So let’s take a look at how we can help you lighten your HR load!

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