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Why hire an HR consultancy?


If you’re not sure whether using an HR consultant is the right thing for your business, take a moment to read the following. It may just be the solution you’ve been looking for after all.


COSTS For smaller businesses, the cost of having a dedicated in-house HR resource is costly and not necessary, with the cost of a salary far exceeding the cost of outsourcing HR – its just not cost- effective. If you pick the right consultant, they will also assess what your needs are and tailor an HR management solution specifically for your business.


HR EXPERTISE In smaller businesses, you’ll often find that someone is performing an HR role on top of their usual job. By outsourcing your HR needs, you can take the pressure off yourself and your staff and direct your attention and resources to more relevant tasks. Yes, you could always look at the option of promoting staff internally, however, the responsibility of making sure that employee is up to standard remains with you. Outsourced HR consultants are specialists and getting your own staff to these standards can be difficult, timely and costly.


EFFICIENT HR OPERATIONS AND BETTER QUALITY SUPPORT True, a consultant won’t be on site five days a week to deal with everything that comes up. But how often does a small business need an HR practitioner five days a week? With outsourced HR, you know that their time and focus will be 100% on HR. Not only that but HR consultants will have up-to-date knowledge of employment law, trends and any changes coming up that will inevitably impact your business (GDPR anyone?). It’s in their interests to deliver the best possible service and constantly improve their services to retain their clients, which means keeping an ear out on the HR grapevine for those all important changes.


NEW PERSPECTIVE As mentioned, outsourced HR are experts and, as a result, the HR service you get will be second to none. So with that in mind, you’ll undoubtedly get a range of ways to deal with any issues or challenges you might be facing. Each business is unique and it isn’t always one size fits all. Outsourced HR have benefitted from dealing with a range of clients from a range of industries, which means they are likely to find an ideal solution to whatever challenge it is that you’re facing and that also fits your business, while still remaining compliant with employment legislation. Not only that but the right HR


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consultant can be a great tool in your strategy and business planning – from succession planning, to growing the business, to training.


TIME Employee issues, new policies, sickness absence, employee files, recruitment, inductions, redundancies, new employment laws... all this on top of someone’s normal workload? Let your staff focus on their core activities. Outsourcing frees up precious revenue-making time and it also allows employees to properly focus on their job and (hopefully) what they enjoy doing. Dealing with all the different aspects of HR is time-consuming and doing it well also requires knowledge, experience and resources.


For more information, contact HR Lincs Ltd on tel: 07528 889150 or via email at: kelly@hrlincs.com


Alternatively, visit: www.hrlincs.com


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