Running a business is more complicated than ever. Chances are your day-to-day involves being pulled in multiple directions without being able to entirely focus or complete any one task. Many of these directions likely involve some human resource (HR) management. Whether it’s performance evaluations, staff training, employee retention strategies, preparing for open enrollment, or implementing federal and state compliance updates, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed.
Working with VensureHR allows you to return to the heart of your business with a partner that provides full-service HR solutions tailored to your business needs. Plus, you won’t have to worry about frequent compliance changes; with us, you’ll get real-time legal HR updates.
Keeping up with federal, state, and local employment laws and regulations is a way of life for business owners. Policies surrounding employee benefits, labor and employment laws, risk and compliance, injury, workers’ compensation, unemployment, recruiting, and paid time off need constant attention. With all these moving parts, knowing where you could be exposed to risk is hard.
Thankfully, when you have VensureHR experts on your side, you can relax knowing we are handling all the heavy lifting. From employing regional experts who provide in-depth and up-to-date knowledge of your state’s rules and regulations to answering your questions to ensure compliance.
Partnering with VensureHR means you receive access to comprehensive HR management software to track and handle all stages of the employee lifecycle. With a powerful platform like Vfficient, you’ll save time and frustration by having your data in one secure, cloud-based system.
The Vfficient portal offers your employees access to many self-service features, including benefits enrollment, time tracking, withholding adjustments, status updates, or even viewing and printing paystubs. It’s like online banking but for all your HR needs.
VensureHR works with companies that already have an HR team and those that don’t. Our technology gives internal staff the support they need. This extra support layer offers additional resources and protects your business by ensuring compliance with state, federal, and local laws and regulations.
Having a team of HR professionals in your back pocket from day one is as critical to your business success as a cup of coffee is to a productive morning. Many startups work with VensureHR because we put the proper HR foundation in place, allowing you to scale your business quickly without sacrificing any potential growth opportunities.
As a business owner, we understand that you need to weigh the pros and cons of every decision—including whether to hire internally or outsource HR. Working with VensureHR allows you to put your hiring budget towards expanding your sales team or other revenue-generating employees. In addition, VensureHR scales with your business. As you grow, we grow with you. And you’ll always have a team of specialists handling your HR needs.
An HR generalist is responsible for overseeing the operations of the HR department, such as employee relations, recruiting, compliance, and training and development. Thus, generalists can perform a range of HR responsibilities and have a variety of skills. HR administrators are responsible for the HR functions for the organization like maintain all employee records, assist HR generalists and managers, update HR databases, conduct employee orientations, and manage the information documented in the organization’s HRIS platform.
HR administrators have a good understanding of employment laws and any company with employees would benefit from HR assistance. HR administrators can help your business with maintaining employee records, assisting with payrolls, reviewing, and updating company policies, and assisting with any inquiries related to employee relations.
This depends on the size and complexity of your business. While a full, in-house HR department might not be necessary, it is still important to have HR professionals on your team. Outsourcing HR is a great way to keep costs down while still ensuring you meet all HR needs and employment requirements.
You’ll know it’s time for an HR administrator when HR functions are interfering with other duties. You will need the support of an HR administrator when your business is growing fast, and you have employees in more than one state, and / or you have remote employees, you need assistance developing your team, or your company is needing to create new policies for your growing workforce.