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Purple Ink’s Founder, JoDee Curtis, discusses some of the situations that might lead you to outsource HR functions.
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There’s lots of different reasons why you might do this. Maybe you have a large project that you’re trying to accomplish and you just need more hands on deck for a shorter period of time. Maybe through a technology implementation through benefits, enrollment, just any kind of particularly busy time, you could outsource for a specified period of time.
You might also consider it when you’re in between HR people. So if someone leaves your organization, and before you have the chance to get someone hired, we could come in and fill that role in the interim.
Sometimes clients are debating about whether or not they’re ready for a full time or even part time HR person on staff, so we can come in and not only do some of that work, but help you assess that particular role as well.
And then sometimes it might be for the long haul, right? You’ve decided not to have a full time or part time HR person on staff, maybe because you’re not big enough to have someone there on a regular basis. So someone from Purple Ink can come in any… any amount of time, maybe from five hours a week to 40 hours a week. We’re there to help you figure out your needs, whatever your situation might be.