Human Resources Consultant, Outsourcing & Services

Baker-HR: Human Resources Consultants

  • Under 50 Employees

    Small Business

    We offer full service Human Resources HR Consultant or a la carte services below:
    • Recruitment
    • Benefits
    • Compensation
    • New Hire Orientations
    • Job Descriptions
    • Payroll
    • Performance
    • Employee Development
    • Policy and Compliance
    • Recognition
    • Employee Surveys
    • Consultant

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  • 50-250 Employees

    Medium Business

    We offer full service Human Resources or a la carte HR services below:
    • Recruitment
    • Benefits
    • Compensation
    • New Hire Orientations
    • Job Descriptions
    • Payroll
    • HR Department Setup
    • Performance
    • Training and Development
    • Policy and Compliance
    • Recognition
    • Employee Surveys
    • Employee Turnover Analysis
    • Consultant

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  • 250-500 Employees

    Corporate Business

    We offer full service Human Resources or a la carte HR services below:
    • Consultant
    • Recruitment
    • Benefits
    • Compensation
    • New Hire Orientations
    • Job Descriptions
    • HR Department Setup
    • Performance
    • Training and Development
    • Policy and Compliance
    • Recognition
    • Employee Surveys
    • Employee Turnover Analysis

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  • Outsourcing Projects

    Project Work

    We offer consultant project assistance for busy Human Resources professionals that need a hand by offering the HR services below:
    • Consultant
    • Affirmative Action
    • Applicant Tracking Systems
    • Compliance Audits
    • Employee Engagement/Culture
    • On-line Presence Review
    • On-boarding Processes Improvement
    • Performance Management Systems
    • Policies and Handbooks
    • Recognition Programs
    • Recruitment Process Improvement
    • Reductions in Force
    • Retention Solutions

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  • Consulting

    Preparing for your Business' Comeback

    Tough times don't last. Tough people do, my Dad used to always say, and I really do believe that. I believe this is not the time for business owners to give up or wait to be rescued but to regroup, retool, and prepare.

    With some businesses COVID19 has been tough. Others have been crazy busy or are marching on business as usual. Business owners, how are your rising to the occasion?  If your business has taken a downturn, how are you preparing for your business' comeback?

    Consulting with an HR or business consultant is a great way to get a different perspective.
    Here are some tips our HR consultants are sharing with companies in these challenging times.

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  • Consulting

    Next Steps for Accessing Federal Unemployment

    Now the federal government has approved additional unemployment monies, how and when will affected employees and self employed individuals have access is the burning question.
    On March 28, 2020, Governor Roy Coopers' office reported that they are awaiting guidance from the Federal government and that payments will be begin two weeks after guidance is received.

    As of April 8, 2020 the NC Unemployment web site has been updated with FAQs with a page for Federal Unemployment Assistance and confirms that they have received that guidance. Our HR consultants recommend keeping in touch with any affected team members, provide detailed steps for unemployment, and keep them informed about the unemployment process.

    Here is what we do know

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  • Consulting

    Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act

    Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act expands unemployment provisions for eligibility to self employed workers, independent contractors and provides additional unemployment payments.

    Under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, the “Relief for Workers Affected by Coronavirus Act” provides for a substantial expansion of unemployment insurance and benefits for workers sidelined for specified reasons associated with COVID-19. Our HR consultants are sharing the following key aspects of the program:

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  • Consulting

    I-9 Document Review Requirement Changes for Remote Workplaces

    HR compliance update: The U.S. Department of Homeland Security adjusts I-9 document review requirements for workplaces that are working 100% remotely.

    The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced that it will defer the requirements for employers to review Form I-9 documents in-person with new employees. The change applies to employers and workplaces that are operating completely remotely, so be sure to update your HR processes to be compliant.

    "Employers with employees taking physical proximity precautions due to COVID-19 will not be required to review the employee's identity and employment authorization documents in the employee's physical presence," DHS said.

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  • Consulting

    Confused about the Coronavirus Paid-Leave Mandate

    Are you confused about the Coronavirus Paid-Leave Mandate?  You are not alone. It is very common when mandates are passed that additional commentary and clarifications will come. Keep your eyes open on this topic and consult an HR professional.

    The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) recently issued additional guidance for employers and workers about the paid-leave provisions in the coronavirus relief bill that was signed into law on March 18. The DOL plans to release additional information to clear up any confusion over the new mandate and to assist employers with their HR compliance efforts.

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  • Consulting

    Keys to an Effective Employee Survey

    You have decided to take the plunge and conduct your first employee engagement survey from a Human Resources Consultant company. 

    You have visions of taking the company to next level and transforming a culture full of innovation and excitement with the help of a Human Resources Consultant company. 

    You cannot wait to see your hunch confirmed that you have very engaged workforce.

    Here are some best practices to get the most out of your employee engagement survey...

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  • Consulting

    Employee Engagement: First Things First

    Why aren’t engagement strategies hitting their mark? What do employees really want.  Well it depends. 

    Employee engagement can be a bit of a moving target.  Human Resource Consultant companies conduct surveys, as they should, to measure employee engagement, and the results don't tell companies how to fix the issues nor pinpoint those issues clearly. 

    There are thousands of articles on Human Resource Consultant companies surveys and what the secrets are to employee engagement.  Although many have great suggestions, it is a little more complicated than that, as it depends on where the employee's greatest need is at the time.

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  • Preparing for your Business' Comeback
  • Next Steps for Accessing Federal Unemployment
  • Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act
  • I-9 Document Review Requirement Changes for Remote Workplaces
  • Confused about the Coronavirus Paid-Leave Mandate
  • Keys to an Effective Employee Survey
  • Employee Engagement: First Things First
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