HR Innovation

Three Reasons Why Every CPA Should Know a Good HR Consultant

When you think about it, certified public accountants are pretty similar to human resources professionals: they’re in the business of making sure their clients are successful. Moreover, both CPAs and HR representatives actively work to save their clients money. In this post, we highlight three reasons why CPAs and HR consultants should team up. A …

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The Pros and Cons of On-Site HR Versus On-Call HR

There’s no doubt that having human resources for your business is the right decision. A tougher choice is determining the level of HR that will align with your business strategies and goals. Essentially, you have two options: on-site HR, i.e., having a specialist in your office during business hours, and on-call HR, meaning having someone …

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Is it OK to allow employees to drink alcohol at work?

Your company probably isn’t much like Sterling Cooper, the advertising agency from Mad Men. However, in 2018 you should have something Sterling Cooper didn’t: a clear policy about drinking alcohol at work. Sure, the days of the three-martini lunch are largely gone, but if you celebrate happy hour or have the occasional special event — …

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5 Times You’ll Be Glad You Had HR

We’ve found that companies often don’t realize they need HR services until it’s too late. In this blog post, we focus on 5 specific instances when you’ll be incredibly happy that you’ve employed a human resources professional. 1. Opening your business When starting a business, HR will help eliminate a lot of unnecessary headache. More …

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We’re Busting These 3 HR Myths

HR commonly has a reputation for being boring, for encouraging tattling or complaining, and for killing expressive thought and behavior. In this blog post, we carefully dismantle each of these myths, countering them with relevant info on how HR is necessary for a successful, thriving business. Myth 1: HR is boring. Somehow, people have gotten …

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