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When you started your business, you probably had no idea how time consuming dealing with employees would be. There is a lot to learn, from understanding legal requirements, to utilizing each strategic function of HR. Your organization may be too small to justify a full-time HR professional, but it is never too small to benefit from implementing strategic HR systems.

HR consulting can come in the form of:

On-Call Support

On-Site Support

Project Support

10 Reasons Why Your Business Should Care About HR

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          Ensure compensation structures are in place for  

          employees to understand their development  

          potential

 

          Enhance employee engagement and

          organizational culture with positive employee

          relations

 

          Increase performance through performance    

          management initiatives  

          Ensure adequate training is taking place to

          maximize productivity         

 

          Get injured employees back to work faster

          through a return-to-work program


   

Human Resources

When you started your business, you probably had no idea how time consuming dealing with employees would be. There is a lot to learn, from understanding legal requirements, to utilizing each strategic function of HR. Your organization may be too small to justify a full-time HR professional, but it is never too small to benefit from implementing strategic HR systems.

HR consulting can come in the form of:

On-Call Support

On-Site Support

Project Support

10 Reasons Why Your Business Should Care About HR

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Avoid costly litigation by aligning your policies and practices with the requirements of the Saskatchewan Employment Act and common law

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Ensure compensation structures are in place for employees to understand their development potential

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Prevent a Human Rights complaint by bringing awareness to the Saskatchewan Human Rights Code and its impact on employment

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Enhance employee engagement and organizational culture with positive employee relations

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Manage employees’ expectations through proper job analysis and design

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Increase performance through performance management initiatives

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Ensure people are hired for fit, rather than solely just skill

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Ensure adequate training is taking place to maximize productivity

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Get employees productive faster as a result of a strong orientation and onboarding program

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Get injured employees back to work faster through a return-to-work program

People are your greatest asset.

Utilize them to their full potential.

Not sure where to begin?

Start with an HR assessment!

What is an HR Assessment?

An HR assessment thoroughly examines an organization’s HR functions to identify strengths and weaknesses pertaining to company performance. The output of an HR assessment is a list of gaps between the organization’s current state compared to that of what should be and what could be. Once these gaps are resolved, your organization will be on the road to reaching its full potential.

The following HR functions are reviewed (whether formally in place or not):

Legal

Compliance

Policy

Development

Job

Analysis

Recruitment

Selection

Orientation & Onboarding

Training & Development

Performance Management

Compensation

Employee

Relations

Return-to-Work

Termination

What is the Process of an HR Assessment?

We review your HR-related

programs and documents

We meet with you to discuss your HR practices and what really goes on

We present you with a list of your organization's gaps related to HR

The entire process will take only a few hours of your time, while the rest is on us analyzing your HR systems and practices.

Systems

An entire business is made up of systems, which are broken down into smaller processes. As a business grows, their systems become more complex and are often never revisited, leaving the customer to see these dysfunctions first-hand.

We can help you develop the systems that your organization is lacking, such as sales and marketing systems, operational systems, financial systems, HR systems and customer experience systems. We can also implement the following continuous improvement tools and educate your business on how to use them:

Forms of Waste

Workplace

Organization

Value Stream

Mapping

Value Graph

Communication

Boards

Reflection

Root Cause

Analysis

Spaghetti

Diagram

Trigger Systems

SOPs

Takt Time

Lead Time

Curious if we can help your business reach its full potential?

Strategy

No matter the size of an organization, it must have a strategy. Utilizing tools like a strategic plan can be powerful as it provides direction to an organization. Strategic planning can provide an overall focus to the management of an organization and give specific direction to areas like financial strategy, marketing strategy, organizational development strategy, and human resources strategy, in order to achieve success. It acts as a roadmap that identifies an organization’s goals and places action items on how to achieve those goals. When conducted properly, a strategic plan helps an organization truly understand its core competencies and where to focus its resources. 

5 Reasons Why Your Business Should Have a Strategic Plan

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Look up from day-to-day issues and see the big picture

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Get everyone on the same page

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Simplify decision-making

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Alleviate communicate barriers

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Set priorities and direction to move from plan to action

What Does a Strategic Plan Look at?

People within an organization typically have a plan in their head, but until an organization goes through a thorough strategic planning process, that “plan” will have a different perspective among each person. When an organization’s employees, suppliers, and even customers know where you’re going, you allow even greater opportunities for stakeholders to help you maximize your success in getting there.

The following are reviewed and created:

Mission

Vision

Values

Core

Competencies

Competitors

Marketing

Advertising

Goals

KPIs

What is the Process of a Strategic Planning Session?

We come to your facility and spend half a day with your leadership team

We compile the discussion into a summary with action items

 
 

Failing to plan is planning to fail.

You must continuously develop your people so they can continuously develop your business.