Safety Management

What you have in place today

  • Part-time Personnel Administrator: If exists, performed by other departments.
  • Full-time Manager (with other responsibilities in the company): If exists, usually performed by other departments.
  • Full-time Personnel/HR Manager with small staff: Policies are available but seldom as complete as it should be. Rarely updated.
What Human Resource Dept. will do for you tomorrow managing your human resource function

Prepares a complete and professional safety policy manual which can be updated to suit government and safety of employees. Participates in safety committee and is always up-to-date on the most recent court safety laws and government regulations both state and federal.

Recruitment & Employment

What you have in place today

  • Part-time Personnel Administrator: Extremely limited in time and knowledge.
  • Full-time Manager (with other responsibilities in the company): Able to write and place a few ads.
  • Full-time Personnel/HR Manager with small staff: Able to write and place most ads and to conduct some interviews.
What Human Resource Dept. will do for you tomorrow managing your human resource function

Combines professional skills of recruitment ad writing with vast knowledge of media data. Conducts extensive interviews to find the “right” person for the job.

Employee Relations & Policy Development

What you have in place today

  • Part-time Personnel Administrator: Generally non-existent.
  • Full-time Manager (with other responsibilities in the company): Policies are sometimes available but rarely complete. Very little employee relations.
  • Full-time Personnel/HR Manager with small staff: Policies are available but seldom as complete as it should be. Rarely updated. Some employee relations.
What Human Resource Dept. will do for you tomorrow managing your human resource function

Prepares a complete and professional policy manual and employee handbook which can be updated to suit current and future needs of employees, management and firm. Complete Employee Relations program.

Government Compliance

What you have in place today

  • Part-time Personnel Administrator: Very rarely aware of many regulations especially those which are most recent.
  • Full-time Manager (with other responsibilities in the company): Sometimes aware of various practices; rarely aware of up-to-date legislation.
  • Full-time Personnel/HR Manager with small staff: Aware of most standard regulations. Not as familiar with recent decisions.
What Human Resource Dept. will do for you tomorrow managing your human resource function

Always up-to-date on the most recent court decisions, laws and government regulations. Assures that your company meets all government regulations, preventing unnecessary legal costs.

Human Resource Planning & Management Development

What you have in place today

  • Part-time Personnel Administrator: Virtually non-existent.
  • Full-time Manager (with other responsibilities in the company): Generally non-existent.
  • Full-time Personnel/HR Manager with small staff: Usually some orientation, but seldom any motivation or training program. No Human Resource Planning programs.
What Human Resource Dept. will do for you tomorrow managing your human resource function

Offers an outstanding program in each of these essential areas, each designed to maximize the effectiveness of each employee and manager, and in turn maximize your profits. Complete Human Resource Planning program.

Compensation & Benefits

What you have in place today

  • Part-time Personnel Administrator: Administrator may do claims processing only. No Wage & Salary program.
  • Full-time Manager (with other responsibilities in the company): Little knowledge of compensation. Relies upon broker to develop Health Insurance plans.
  • Full-time Personnel/HR Manager with small staff: Basic Wage & Salary knowledge. No Sales or Executive Compensation programs. Relies upon broker to develop Health Insurance plans.
What Human Resource Dept. will do for you tomorrow managing your human resource function

Develops a comprehensive compensation plan, including Sales and Executive Compensation. Assesses and recommends entire benefits plan.

Human Resources Information Systems (HRIS)

What you have in place today

  • Part-time Personnel Administrator: Very little computer knowledge. No HRIS.
  • Full-time Manager (with other responsibilities in the company): HRIS package purchased. Very little computer knowledge.
  • Full-time Personnel/HR Manager with small staff: HRIS package purchased. Input flow but little knowledge of obtaining reports.
What Human Resource Dept. will do for you tomorrow managing your human resource function

Fully integrated HRIS package. Programs updated automatically at no cost to your company. Complete data input with specialized reports.