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3 Signs You Need To Hire An HR Employee Onto Your Team #NewToHR

3 Signs You Need To Hire An HR Employee Onto Your Team

Many business owners undervalue the importance of HR professionals, but this is to their detriment.

 From dealing with the hiring process, including taking up references and conducting employee background screening, to managing the day to day needs of a companies employees, an HR employee can offer a number of benefits to any organization.

Should you run your own business, you might want to consider hiring an HR employee yourself. The following are just a few of the signs that suggest now is the time to do so.

#1: You are already fulfilling the role of an HR employee

There is much you need to do as a business owner, so you probably have a mounting to-do list of tasks you need to do. However, there are some tasks that you don’t have to worry yourself with, and these include those jobs that could be carried out by an HR employee.

These include duties related to payroll, staff training, and as suggested earlier, tasks that relate to the hiring process.

If you are getting bogged down with these duties yourself, then you are going to have less time to manage those tasks that are better suited to your role as a business leader.

Our advice then: Give yourself a break and hire an HR employee!

#2: Staff relationships are breaking down

Are there any pent-up resentments breeding within your staff? Do office arguments happen on a regular basis? Are your staff unhappy with you (and vice versa)? When professional relationships break down, and you have unhappy staff on your hands, your business is going to suffer.

Productivity will slow down, walkouts might become commonplace, and consequently, you will start to see a reduction in your profit margin. As an employer, you need to maintain a positive working environment.

An HR employee will help you in this regard, as he or she will mediate between warring parties, and will help to smooth out relationships before they hit breaking point. The upshot of this? Less disruption to your business and happier employees!

#3: Your business is growing

Is your business growing? That’s excellent news if so, but as your business grows, you might have an increased workload to consider. To manage this, you might need to hire new staff onto your team, as you will only run the risk of burnout in yourself and your existing staff if you decide to take on the extra tasks yourselves.

An HR employee will do all that is needed within the hiring process on your behalf, and while you will still have a say on who does or doesn’t work for your business, you won’t have to worry about the many admin tasks that take place before and after an employer is chosen. 

Finally

So, do you need to hire an HR employee onto your team? If any of the above rang true for you, then you should definitely consider the option. 

We have some advice in this article on hiring an HR employee, so have a read, and follow the suggestions within to recruit somebody onto your team. Your business should benefit if you do. 

Thanks for reading.

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