Is It Time to Outsource Human Resources?

Is It Time to Outsource Human Resources

Most small-business owners know the frustration of spending more time than they want or should on non-revenue-generating activities. From payroll and human resource management to benefits and compensation, entrepreneurs can spend up to 40 percent of their precious day engaged in these necessary but time-sucking tasks.

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  1. When a startup begins adding employees, one of the first tasks is developing an employee handbook to spell out HR policies and procedures; that task is often outsourced to a human resources consultancy, Vernon said. Developing some employee-related documents such as noncompete or confidentiality agreements requires the assistance of an attorney specializing in employment law.

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