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As a small to medium business, every expansion decision you make has a huge impact on the rest of the company. That being said, employers and managers need to ensure that new hires are top quality, employee training is organized, and employment law is being observed. While assistance with the hiring process is often necessary for a business, there’s no need to invest in an HR department. Independent companies that specialize in serving as outsourced HR departments can serve as an efficient solution. The below are a few ways in which HR outsourcing can simplify your business’s hiring process:

Only Hire When You’re Hiring

If your company does not yet support more than two hundred employees, and you do not suffer from a high turnover rate, there’s no need to be constantly hiring. This means that besides keeping HR paperwork in order, even a single HR staff member would be sitting on their hands for much of the day, or finding less than necessary tasks to keep themselves busy. Outsourcing allows businesses to gain all the benefits of HR staff, but none of the potential inefficiencies of an in-house HR office.

Access To Hiring Tools

When you do occasionally need a new hire, you naturally want the best possible fit. However, finding these new hires can lead to months of sifting through resumes and conducting interviews. Rather than deal with an arduous search process, a professional external HR team is likely to have the resources to simplify your efforts. From trackable applicant information, to matching technology that puts your post in front of relevant candidates, HR outsourcing firms often have access to the latest recruitment tools.

Assistance with HR Compliance

On top of the office, staffing, and recruiting hassles, HR duties come with special regulations to ensure that each business has fair hiring and employment practices. These rules are complex and require expert attention to keep every business within compliance. Especially when enacting diverse hiring policies, your best bet for careful compliance is with a team that understands these regulations and helps their clients avoid HR related issues.

Set Your New Employee up for Success

Hiring a new employee does not mean that your recruitment efforts are over. Rushing or omitting an orientation process is a big mistake. Without being given the right information and tools to be successful, a new hire can begin to feel alienated and unsure of how to proceed. An external HR team can enhance your training process, providing onsite training sessions and assistance with your employee handbooks. You may find that an organized training process can reduce employee errors or issues down the line.

Your employees are a valued and vital part of your business, and adding to that team does not have to be a trivial task. Rather than worrying about the rigors of building a small and possibly unnecessary in-house HR department, why not instead take advantage of an office full of HR experts?