In an article in the Houston Chronicle, Ruth Mayhew of Demand Media writes that for small businesses HR can “add to the bottom line through cost-saving measures.”
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In the piece, “Outsourced Marketing, Part 1: The Market,” blogger and CEO of Kinesis, Shawn Busse, writes that “the concept of outsourcing is nothing new. While many think of ‘outsourcing’ as sending jobs overseas, modern outsourcing is much more sophisticated.” Busse continues to note that these outsourcing businesses often provide greater service at a lower expense. Busse provides examples of outsourced IT, Virtual Receptionists and Human Resources.
Paula Restrepo, in a piece for MyCentralJersey.com, writes that many entrepreneurs are looking to outsource their human resources. They are becoming part of a PEO, or “professional employer organization,” to obtain benefits typically unavailable to their companies. There are many benefits that PEO can offer; Restrepo writes that PEOs can help startups and growing businesses
There are a number of ways one can accept and manage applications. At times, the person in charge of hiring for a certain position can become overwhelmed with the number of applications. In this post I evaluate the options available to small- and midsize- companies looking to fill positions within their company as well as the benefit of outsourcing this process.
Originally published in the Eastern Pennsylvania Business Journal on October 3, 2011
Hiring and managing good employees for your small business can be a burden. That’s why many entrepreneurs are turning to professional employer organizations to handle the complex, time-consuming administrative tasks of human resource management.
If you use Xenium’s Integrated services, you know that you are saving quite a bit by allowing us to turnkey all of your company’s human resources needs and functions. Turns out that you are part of a very fast-growing approach to human resources management across the country. According to our friends at the National Association of Professional Employer Organizations, gross revenues for the PEO industry increased in 2007 to $61 billion, a 15 percent jump from 2006.