Episode 11: HR for Small Business with Stephanie Hammerwold
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Introducing the episode 10 of the Workology Podcast powered by Blogging4Jobs featuring Stephanie Hammerwold. The Workology Podcast is a place where we discuss the science and art of the workplace. Gain powerful insights, resources and perspectives on the industries of human resources and recruiting. Workology Podcast is approximately 45 minutes and distributed 4-6 times a month available here on the blog, iTunes and other traditional podcast outlets. The goal is to provide an in depth and no holds barred look into the future of our most powerful business asset, the employee.
EPISODE 11: HR FOR SMALL BUSINESS WITH STEPHANIE HAMMERWOLD (@HRHAMMER)
Small businesses which are less than 500 employees account for 65% of new jobs. Approximately 543,000 new businesses get started each month (but more employer businesses shut down then start up each month) with 7 out of 10 businesses failing to make it past the 2 year mark. On today’s Workology Podcast I talked with Stephanie Hammerwold, an HR consultant who works with small businesses helping to navigate workplace compliance, HR and employment law.
Stephanie from Hammerwold Pershing discussed with me about common challenges for small business when it comes to “HR issues” including the most common employment laws that small business is challenged with and what priorities small businesses should consider. HR audits are one of the best ways to uncover areas of opportunity for your newly minted HR pro or consultant who you are working with when you are a small business.
HR metrics are a popular topic when it comes to HR professionals regardless of the company size. Stephanie suggests some ways to measure success and justify the benefits of human resources at work. Listen into the podcast to hear from small business HR advice from Stephanie and what steps businesses can take right now to remove risk and grow their business while leveraging the human capital within their company.
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