Weighing the Pros and Cons
Human resource issues are hot topics these days—especially with companies downsizing, changing positions and salaries and even offering employee training. These items can take up a lot of your time as a business owner, but if you choose human resource outsourcing, you’ll pay for it, so you must judge the salary of an HR department or personnel compared to the outsourced costs.
On the other hand, once you’ve written set policies, procedures, have the correct employee documentation forms, and are comfortable with benefit and payroll questions as well as recruiting; your costs won’t be on a continual basis.
Before you outsource your HR needs, weigh the pros and cons, but mostly, take the time to analyze the expense to see what your business can really afford.
If you decide to skip HR outsourcing and go it on your own, by clicking on any of the above links, you'll find many preset tools such as employee policies and procedure ideas, how to write an employee handbook, discipline and warning forms, and even how to handle unemployment claims on your own.
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