Trend: Keep Employees With Greater HR Leadership
Larger companies are realizing that without strong Human Resources (HR), employees become disgruntled, distracted from their work and begin exploring other options. HR is an incredibly vital part of a company and needs to be recognized as such. The July/August 2015 issue of the Harvard Business Review was dedicated to revitalizing HR and prioritizing it within companies. The call for CHROs (Chief Human Resource Officers) to be a partner with the CEO the way CFOs have developed in the last two decades is loud and clear.
HBR doesn’t address a small business owner’s challenge of resource dedication but a trickle down effect of Human Resource importance is inevitable. The expectations of employees in small businesses will be higher as more and more larger companies work harder to maintain quality employees.
That is why business like Nexus Catalyx are so critical for small businesses now and in the future. We take care of small businesses HR functions including navigating insurance benefits, managing payroll and dealing with unemployment issues so owners can focus on the work they love to do and inspire their employees.