What happens when my HR person leaves the company?

The Human Resource USA recognizes that not all companies need or desire a contracted, continuous relationship with a human resources consultant. That’s why we’re here for you on a flexible basis. No matter what the project or the timeframe, we are only a phone call away.

If you need someone to fill in during a transition period or help you hire a replacement for a long-standing HR person, we can help. Take advantage of our experience in this area to ensure you’re better positioned for the future.

Sometimes, a merger or acquisition gives rise to a whole host of HR issues. A short-term project can help your company iron out the differences between two competing policies and set you on a path to success.

I’ve never had an HR person before. How do I start a department?

The Human Resource USA provides a breadth of services that can get your company off the right foot. Whether you’re a start-up or you’ve outgrown your current HR arrangement, we can help you establish a solid foundation for your organization. Then, your internal HR person or team can take over, utilizing best practices for materials, policies and guidelines.

The Human Resource USA also offers policies, processes, and programs on a project, one-time, or infrequent basis, for companies at any point in their life cycle. These services include:

  • Policies
    • Compliance Audits
    • Handbook Development
    • Single-policy Development
    • Benefits Sourcing
  • Processes
    • Employee Compensation
    • Employee Hiring and Termination Guidance
    • Corrective and Disciplinary Actions
  • Programs
    • Performance Programs
    • Evaluation Procedures

Contact The Human Resource USA for a consultation and to regain the time you need to handle your other management responsibilities.

I interviewed several other HR consultants before choosing The Human Resource USA. My representative understands and respects that I’m a business owner and there are always pressing issues on my plate. They identify the concerns, needs or topics at hand, address them, and then we can move on to the next biggest thing.

John Grote, President, Owner

Productive Engineering Inc.