HR Consultants provide guidance and support to managers and employees of designated departments with special emphasis on issues related to performance management and employee relations. HR Consultants understand operational facets of the departments, colleges, and institutes they support, including strategic goals and the human resources aspects related to those goals in order to deliver the most effective solutions possible. An HR Consultant (HRC) is assigned to every department on campus.
Why HR Consulting?
Employee satisfaction in any company is dependent on its Human Resource services department. In order to deal with the nitty-gritty involved among the employees, to ensure smooth functioning of HR department, & to compensate for resource availability, companies opt for HR Resource outsourcing (HRO) or HR consulting services.
What HR consulting can do for you?
HR Consulting helps in boosting organizational performance with many strategic benefits like eliminating the repetitive back office HR Functions, cost competitiveness and helps in maintaining strategic HR focus.
Thus, HR consulting can
Help in structural reduction of the Human Resource Managing (HRM) cost base, by identifying the non-value adding activities and eliminate the hidden HR operations costs.
Help in identifying the inefficient Human Resources (HR) Administration processes and HR practices.
Help organizations to focus on human resource performance.
Help organizations to serve their employees better, as the people come first.
Help organizations to improve efficiency, productivity, communication & employee morale.
Internet and email usage policies:Technical firms must ensure staff use information technology systems, resources, and bandwidth primarily for business purposes. No one enjoys hearing that VoIP calls were failing because too many engineers were streaming March Madness games. Policies are the first line of defense.
Confidentiality policies:Supporting servers, systems, networks, and end users means consultancies gain possession of proprietary and sensitive information. Consultancies must implement written policies to ensure such data is properly safeguarded.
Documentation policies:Few debacles make a technology consulting firm look more amateur than when it deploys a router or another component and later proves unable to log in to the very equipment it deployed. Standard documentation practices should be documented in the form of policies that all staff are required to honor.
Billing and invoicing policy:Client satisfaction rises when bills and invoices are received quickly. Before a consultancy can generate client invoices, however, engineers and technicians must total their time and provide descriptions for services provided. Well-written policies help ensure staff bill service consistently and use standard formats; it also prevents engineers from billing the same service at two different rates, a practice sure to raise clients' ire.