SBS Professional Employer Organization (PEO) and staffing, assists our clients in leveraging their investment in human capital. In a PEO arrangement, the Company enters into a contract to become a co-employer of the client's existing workforce and assume responsibility for some or all of the client's human resource management responsibilities. Its staffing services include on-demand or short-term staffing assignments, long-term or indefinite-term contract staffing and on-site management. Its staffing services also include direct placement services, which involve fee-based search efforts for specific employee candidates at the request of its PEO clients, staffing customers or other companies.
OUR HR SERVICES INCLUDE:
Labor Law Poster Compliance Service
HR Forms & Documents
HR Toolkits (Hiring and Terminating)
State and Federal Compliance Updates
HR Fundamentals Online Tutorial
State and Federal Resources
Training & Safety Manuals
Ethics & Value Statements
Hiring & Termination Processes
We don’t want to scare you, but chances are pretty good that your company doesn’t have as firm a grasp on human resources as you might think. Managing human resources in-house is a difficult task for any business, whether you have an internal team of 19 or a team of none. That’s because, while internal HR professionals or business owners are attempting to keep up with their employees’ daily needs, it becomes nearly impossible for them to stay current on HR compliance issues, monitor legislative changes, or track relevant employment trends.
If you think that doesn’t matter, consider these HR compliance and legal issues:
More than 450 companies are hit with employment lawsuits every day, and those companies spend tens of thousands of dollars to defend themselves. Such lawsuits often stem from failed compliance programs. When done properly, employee compliance is a grueling, time-consuming process for HR professionals, but non-compliance and errors can be especially costly.
The new President is making good on his promise for change. The administration is proposing more than a dozen new or changed labor laws and employment regulations. Without being well-versed in labor legislation, the minutia of such rule changes can be difficult to wade through, and even more difficult to adhere to, for any HR professional.
Given the state of our economy, some businesses are taking drastic cost-saving measures, including deep staffing cuts, reduced schedules and scaled-back benefits. The long-term repercussions of such measures, however, are yet to be seen. Which trends will cut too deep and which ones will contribute to stronger, more productive organizations in the long run?
HR POLICIES & PROCEDURES
It’s easy to downplay the importance of having proper HR policies and procedures in place for your business, but how long can you realistically ignore the cost of not having them? Not only are certain written policies required by law, but by setting human resources policies and establishing HR procedures, you’re also providing guidelines for your employees that can help to ensure they follow proven HR processes, take necessary safety measures, and adhere to certain ethical and quality standards. Without those guidelines in place, misdirection and mistakes can lead to expensive errors, employee injuries, or perhaps even expensive lawsuits and litigation.
Our HR Solution can help you avoid missteps and costly mistakes. We work with you to develop Human Resource policies and tailor procedures to fit your company and promote your vision and values. Having written policies and procedures in place for your employees eliminates uncertainty and ambiguity and provides your workers the luxury of well-defined guidelines. And whether you choose to ignore it or embrace it, you’ll gain some well-deserved peace of mind.
For more information about our HR Management services call us at 210.889.3051 or contact us today.