Consider your HR needs and then the true cost of a qualified Human Resources professional on an annual basis*:

Annual Salary – $65,000
Benefits – $6500
Taxes – $7000
Bonuses – $1500
401K Match – $2300
(*according to Valley Region 2011)

At an average annual cost of over $80,000, a full time qualified HR Professional is a costly venture.  What if you could have this resource at a fraction of that price?  Wouldn’t it be worth considering?

Breakdown of service offerings:

Organizational Planning –Defined as identifying an organization’s objectives and formulating specific strategies to achieve them. It also entails staffing and resource allocation, and is one of the most important functions of a manager or owner.  Not only is it an important function, but one that directly relates to Human Resources.

  • SWOT Analysis
  • Mission, Values and Vision creation
  • HR Strategy and Vision creation
  • Personnel Budgeting
  • Hierarchy/Organizational Chart
  • Leadership/Management Training
  • Succession Planning
  • Safety/Worker Compensation
  • Wage Analysis

Talent Acquisition – Choosing the BEST employee is a lengthy and expensive process.  Having a plan that includes an organized recruiting strategy, index of competencies and a professional screening and selection process is vital to finding the right match for your company.

  • Recruiting Plans
  • Pre-screen applicants
  • Standard Application
  • Interview guides – Traditional and Behavioral Questions
  • Reference Checks
  • PA County specific background searches
  • EOE compliance
  • Ethical Hiring Practices Training
  • ADA Guidelines
  • Professional License verification (PA only)
  • Custom print and internet advertisement copy
  • Specific job description development
  • Qualities and Characteristics for success

Human Capital Management – A team is only as strong as its weakest player.  By setting expectations, learning how to hold people accountable and building a structure where an employee can learn and develop is key to maximizing their potential and your profits.

  • Orientation Program Development
  • Policy & Procedure Development
  • Employee Handbook Creation
  • Time Management systems
  • Annual Performance Appraisal
  • KPI or KWI System
  • Coaching & Development training
  • Harassment Training
  • Succession Planning & Career Mapping
  • Handling the Termination process
  • Training Logs

Employee Engagement – An “engaged employee” is one who is fully involved in, and enthusiastic about, his or her work, and thus will act in a way that furthers their organization‘s interests.  Engaged Employees work harder because they want to – not because they’re told to.  Let us help you develop a culture of engagement.  It takes planning and willingness, but the rewards to both employee and employer are beyond measure!

  • Retention initiatives
  • Bonus structure & planning
  • Reward and Recognition Programs
  • Team Building Training
  • Individual Development Plans
  • Employee Engagement Tools
  • Employee Survey Development
  • Mentor program
  • Company Newsletter Development
  • Leadership Development
  • KPI Communication

Compliance – Can your company afford a $100 fine?  What if it was $5000, or more?  Understanding and keeping abreast of changes in employment law are almost full time jobs.  Protecting yourself and your business in some specific areas with our help is a great way to minimize your risk.

  • I9 training and auditing
  • Safety/OSHA training and auditing
  • Unemployment consulting
  • Records management & retention guidelines
  • Federal & State Labor law compliance