Frequently Asked Questions

Human resources professionals are the core heartbeat of a company; their job is to ensure that the business gets the most out of its employees. The human resource department’s job is to provide a high return on the business’s investment in its people, create a healthy culture, and fun place to work.

  • Talent Acquisition/Recruitment
  • Compensation Management
  • Benefits Administration
  • Training and Development
  • Performance Appraisal and Management
  • Employee and Labor Relations
  • Compliance Management

The short answer is no. While accounting and HR departments regularly communicate, accountants are not familiar with employment law. Your business needs someone that is legally competent with recruiting, hiring, and other aspects of HR so that you don’t have to worry about legal action later.

No, but if you are not completely knowledgeable in state reporting, government compliance, EEOC, FLSA, and many more HR functions, we recommend contacting a company to do that for you. Some companies (like Hillman HR Services) will actually teach you what you need to know and train you and your upper-level management staff, so that way you can take the HR role back from your HR contractor.