Whether your HR team needs significant support or you are ready for strategic HR insight, Siami Group is your answer. We can provide the following services to support or strengthen your existing organization, revitalize your human resources capabilities and make your business thrive:
- Talent management solutions
- Succession planning
- Leadership development
- Organizational development
- Interim HR lead
- HR operational assessment/audit
- Performance management
- Recruitment & staffing
- Workforce reductions
Why HR is Vital to Your Business
For small and large businesses alike, HR plays a vital role in developing a company's strategy as well as handling the employee-centered activities of an organization. Here are just a few of the many benefits of utilizing an HR advisor:
Employee Engagement & Retention
With carefully designed employee surveys, focus groups and exit interview strategies, HR advisors gauge employee satisfaction and engagement levels in order to create solutions to address concerns and increase engagement levels. Engagement and satisfaction levels are important for every size company but especially crucial for smaller workforces, where a single employee's departure can have a detrimental impact to a company's productivity and profitability.
Performance Management & Improvement
HR specialists create systems and plans that measure performance. They make sure employees are in positions that leverage their skills and expertise. An effective Performance Management process establishes the groundwork for excellence by linking individual employee objectives with a company's mission and strategic plans. It also provides clarity on how each employee contributes to the achievement the overall business objective.
Training & Development
Training new hires and continuing the education of existing employees is a role that HR fills. Investing in training and development is much less expensive than hiring additional team members and is a strategy that can also reduce turnover and improve employee retention.
Human resources ensures that the workforce embraces the company's philosophy and business principles. From the perspective of a small business, creating a cohesive work environment is imperative. The first opportunity human resources has to accomplish this is through wise hiring decisions that identify desirable professional traits, as well as orientation and on-boarding programs.
Workplace conflict is inevitable, given the diversity of personalities, work styles, backgrounds and experience levels among employees. A skilled HR advisor can identify and resolve conflict between two employees or a manager and employee and restore positive working relationships.
to the various labor laws is a responsibility of human resources. This includes informing all levels of employees about the federal and state laws, such as information on breaks, lunches, overtime, minimum wage, safety, a drug-free workplace, and discrimination.
The cost to hiring new or replacement employees, including training and ramp-up time, can be exorbitant for employers, especially for small businesses. With a well-designed recruitment and staffing process, the human resources function can minimize expenses by ensuring that you are hiring and retaining the right talent.