Human Resource Management

Accomplish your mission-critical objectives.

Today, Human Resources Managers are “taxed’ with the insurmountable responsibilities related to organizational development, talent acquisition, employee management, payroll, labor regulation, reporting and now – Health Care Reform (ACA).

At Employee Solve, we are committed to supporting the small and mid-sized employer groups here in Southeast Michigan in the matters pertaining to HR Management.


Defining Scope

Our approach to HR Management starts with converting customer initiatives to a definable scope – from there, we work to tactically align your budget parameters and other fixed variables to accomplish your mission-critical business objectives.

How can we do this?

Our firm consists of highly experienced associates and partners from various operational, legal and technology backgrounds that we refer to as “Practice Leaders.” These individuals “have walked in your shoes” and are well versed in the aspects of management and administration – resulting in HR Consulting and Management services that deliver these values to your organization:

Continuous Improvement
 Expanded Resources
 Variable vs. Fixed Cost
 Reduced Liability
 Improved Work-flow

Human Resource Management Services

HR Consulting

  • - Operations Assessment & Audit
  • - FMLA Assessment & Audit
  • - Executive HR Strategy Development
  • - Organization Development
  • - Executive Level HR Coaching
  • - Vendor Selection – HRIS, Payroll, ATS and Talent Management
  • - Compensation & Performance Management
  • - Policy, Procedures & Employee Handbook Development
  • - Employee Relations & Outplacement Counseling
  • - Recruitment Strategy & Job Descriptions
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A dynamic service that is well suited for small and mid-sized organizations. SmartHR offers most of the advantages that Professional Employee Organizations (PEO) do, yet it does not require you to take the drastic step of distancing yourself from your employees by handing them over to a leasing group.

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