HR Coastal Offers Consultancy For Small Business

October 11, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - HR Coastal, the Best Human Resource Outsourcing Company in Bluffton SC, is helping small businesses succeed in managing their people.

The company’s mission is to provide human resources and compliance solutions to small businesses through outsourcing and consulting services. It has been the mission of the company for the past three decades.

HR expert Linda Klingman leads HR Coastal. With her over 30 years of experience in HR, she can help a client avoid costly lawsuits and government audits. Klingman has already accomplished this in the fields of healthcare, IT, banking, manufacturing, and private communities.

According to Klingman, small businesses need human resources expertise, but they can rarely afford to hire a full-time human resources manager. As a result, they often rely on employees who lack the capability or interest in human resources issues.

HR Coastal aims to bridge this gap with a far better alternative. They do it by delivering HR and organizational development outsourcing, consulting, and training.

The company offers Best Human Resource Consulting in Bluffton SC, HR Outsourcing, Regulatory Compliance, Training and Development, Recruiting and Hiring, Policies and Procedures Handbooks, and Leadership Coaching.

For a low monthly fee, HRCoastal can develop a successful onboarding process for new employees that aids in retention. Their HR professional also sets up HR filing systems, forms, and processes for its clients. She also sets up a client’s very own cap performance management system. HR Coastal can also manage the risk of compliance, train staff on HR best practices, safety, labor law, and soft skills.

HR Coastal also sets up a performance management system for every client they have. They also offer advice on employee relations matters and provide clients with leadership and business coaching to help them retain good employees. The company also conducts an investigation on employee complaints as well as exit interviews.

According to HR Coastal, employment and labor laws change regularly, and it’s difficult for a business owner to stay up-to-date on regulations in the workplace. Thus, the company monitors the changes in all 50 states’ laws every month to keep clients compliant.

By outsourcing, clients are also saved from the risk of getting involved in a lawsuit, fines, and penalties.

The company is certified in the competencies required by the Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) model. They are experts in the following: communication, relationship management, ethical practice, HR expertise and knowledge, business acumen, critical evaluation, global and cultural awareness, leadership and navigation, and consultation.

To know more about human resource consulting, contact HRCoastal at http://hrcoastal.com/ 843-816-4985. The company is located at 103 Redtail Dr, Bluffton, SC 29909, USA.

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For more information about HRCoastal Human Resources , contact the company here:

HRCoastal Human Resources
Linda Klingman
(843) 816-4985
hrcoastalhumanresources@gmail.com
103 Redtail Dr, Bluffton, SC 29909, USA

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