Have you been trained in Human Resource management? Things like legal hiring practices, at-will employment, harassment policies and employee manual development? We didn’t think so.
HR issues can plague small businesses of all sizes, especially once you hit the magic 50-employee number that activates all kinds of regulations and requirements. You need some help!
Today on the Small Business Show, Dave and Shannon meet and talk to Kelly Loudermilk, founder of BuildHR, a human resource outsourcing and consulting firm that can make your Small Business life much better. Come along for the discussion and learn how a few quick questions at a Rotary function set Kelly on the path to launch her own Small Business to help other business owners succeed, while not having to worry about their HR compliance issues.
We touch on topics including recognizing your own expertise to create a business, why you need an employee manual and best practices during the hiring process – because you just never know if that question you really want to ask is actually legal.
Finally, Kelly shares her marketing experiences with Facebook ads, answering questions on Reddit and getting involved in local Chamber of Commerce events.
Join us on episode 114 of the Small Business Show for this and much more, then visit the Small Business Show Support Group on Facebook to discuss the show and get your questions answered!
- 00:00:00 Small Business Show #114 April 12, 2017
- 00:01:40 Kelly Loudermilk
- 00:02:10 BuildHR <https://www.yourhrsource.com>
- 00:03:19 It started at the Rotary Club
- 00:04:42 Recognizing Your Expertise
- 00:05:13 Growing businesses need help from 15 employees and up!
- 00:07:07 Good HR means better recruiting – offer the Cadillac package
- 00:08:51 Marketing BuildHR
- Facebook ads lead to success!
- Networking, local chambers
- 00:10:37 What you can’t ask during an interview!
- 00:13:07 Did you New Yorkers know you can’t ask about salary? Kelly did!
- 00:14:09 Get yourself an employee handbook… and more… templatized!
- 00:20:20 Being a consultant means still serving the client in the end
- Objective Key Results
- 00:25:16 Starting a business is all about the journey
- 00:27:20 YourHRSource.com