Human Resources

Human Resources Management

Human resources is a huge responsibility for all businesses, regardless of the size. With human resource outsourcing, SolveHR becomes part of your team, providing the expertise, services and tools you need to manage your most important resource — your employees.

  • HR Consultant
  • HR Comply and Doc Center
  • State & Federal Employment Laws
  • Employee Relations
  • Employee Verification
  • Termination Assistance
  • Online Employee Onboarding
  • Employee handbook review
  • EEOC and Wage Claims
  • Unemployment Claims administration
  • Organizational Chart Development
  • Performance Appraisals
  • Compensation Resources and Tools
  • Leadership & Management Online Training
  • Job Description Development
  • Base Pay Structure
  • Salary Assistance Tool
  • Employee Certification Tracking
  • Online Employee development resources
  • Sexual Harassment Training
  • Learning Management System (LMS)
  • Living Handbook, Policy change alerts, Spanish Translate, e-signature

Transactional HR

Transactional HR is what everyone usually thinks of when you say, “human resources,” that is payroll, workers compensation, benefits management, etc. Transactional HR also serves to oversee compliance with employment and encompasses everything that makes hiring, training, paying, and managing your employees.

If your HR department only focuses on transactional processes like benefits management and payroll, then you’re missing out on a slew of strategic HR benefits like:

  • Increased worker productivity
  • Higher employee engagement
  • Increased profits
  • Higher employee retention

Strategic HR

Strategic HR differs from Transactional HR in that it focuses more on tasks that are value- and future-focused. This includes, but is not limited to:

  • Culture and retention strategies
  • Recruitment and selection programs
  • Developing onboarding programs
  • Increasing value out of employees through training programs
  • Developing Outreach programs for recruitment sources.
  • Developing Best Practice guides or assistance

Strategic HR helps implement strategies that help focus on an organization’s goals. For example, when hiring new employees for a position, you could make the mistake of hiring too quickly and end up with an unqualified person for the job. Implementing a strategic HR strategy of marketing to exactly the right people qualified for the job, or even changes in the hiring process, can make a huge difference in resources, time, and energy spent.

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