Startup Stories: From Working in HR to BEING The Human Resource

Startup Stories: From Working in HR to BEING The Human Resource

Tell us about your entrepreneurial product or service.
The Human Resource provides virtual/remote Human Resources services to individuals and small businesses. I offer a quality service at a rate that is affordable for new businesses and individuals. New businesses will need the services of a Human Resources professional, at some point and time. I accommodate individuals who may just have a need for Human Resources services only once, or maybe every blue moon. Services can be tailored to meet the part or full-time needs of the small business, from a Human Resources professional. In case you have an URGENT situation, we offer a three hour turnaround time, just for that reason. There are numerous packages available, which include, mentoring and coaching services. It is very important that individuals or small businesses, does not try to handle an issue or make a decision on their own, that they lack knowledge in. Doing so, can be catastrophic, not only financially, but legally, or both. The best advice I can offer to an individual or small business is; do not risk making a decision or try to fix a problem if you are not 100% sure, you know the answer or solution. If you are even the slightest bit concerned, that means you are sure. DON’T DO IT. Get help! I offer a free thirty minute consultation.

What inspired you to launch your business idea?
I encountered a life changing event due to an injury, (It’s a long story, but if you want to know, Inbox me and I will share it with you.) which resulted in me having to leave my job. I decided since I have worked for someone else for twenty-five plus years, it was time to work for me. My situation helped me make the decision due to my injury. I have the knowledge and expertise, so why not use it? I want to mentor those who are interested in entering into the Human Resources profession. One of my goals is to develop a partnership with a community to help college graduates find jobs with local employers. Experience is always an issue. My plan is to have the employer hire the employee at an entry level rate and train the employee. Once the employee has completed the training, the employer will increase their compensation. The salary will be changed to reflect the rate that an employee with training would be hired in at. This would be mutually beneficial to everyone involved. Good idea, don’t you agree?

What problem does your business or organization solve?
It provides a cost effective way to handle all of the day to day operations of a Human Resources function. Ensures compliance is maintained with Federal, State, and Regulatory Agencies. Contend with difficult Human Resources related challenges, resulting in positive outcomes. Advises on matters that if not handled properly, could lead to potential financial and legal ramifications.

What has been your biggest challenge as an entrepreneur and how are you working to overcome it?
Marketing is my biggest challenge. Using social media, blogging, and even cold calling. I attend webinars related to Marketing whenever possible.

Give us one word that people might use to describe you.

How has Project Eve helped you and/or your business?
I am really new but I have found the articles to be very beneficial. Just being part of a community that celebrates women and their accomplishments is very helpful to me.

Give us an insider tip that relates to your industry or startup story.
Keep your employees engaged. Acknowledge them for a job well done, keep open lines of communication, and let them know they are appreciated. If your employees feel they are a part of the company and what they have to say is important, they will be happy. Senior Management (CEO) must conduct Employee Forums, listen to the employees and what they have to say. If they make suggestions and the company can benefit from them, then use them. Happy Employees = Positive Work Environment = Productivity

Company: The Human Resource


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