We help you create great HR from the ground up.
Before operations, before marketing, before R&D, you need to look at the core of your organisation:
The humans who make it work.
Whether you run a microbusiness with three employees, or an enterprise that spans two continents, good HR – how you treat the people you work with – will always lay the groundwork for success.
As a full-service HR firm, HR Solutions has helped organisations across a variety of industries improve everything from recruiting processes to culture-building. Find out how our HR specialists can create strategic plans, build refined HR policies, and provide ongoing peace of mind through compliance auditing.
With capabilities suited to organisations big and small, we’ve got the solution to all your HR needs.
HR Policy Creation
Your organisation’s HR policies cover how employees can behave, and how they are expected to be treated.
Most organisations – even startups and microbusinesses – have an innate understanding of fair compensation, bad behaviour, and reasonable workplace practices.
The purpose of creating an HR policy is to codify those understandings into something that you and your employees can fully comprehend and action. Done right, HR policies create a positive organisational culture, satisfied employees, and a level playing field for everyone.
Our HR specialists will work with you and your leadership team to create HR policies that are:
- Fair and consistent
- Holistic in scope
- Clear and unambiguous
- Sustainable for extended time periods
- Compliant with both legislation and relevant expectations
- Supportive of organisational direction
Depending on the size and nature of your business, you’ll need HR policies that cover the following areas:
- Workplace discrimination and harassment
- Dress, appearance and general behaviour
- Health and safety
- Performance management
- On-site pets and assistant animals
- Drug, tobacco and alcohol use
- Social media and technology use
- Security and workplace surveillance
- Code of conduct and ethics
Once we’ve established policies that you and your team are happy with, our partnered law firm will review them from a compliance standpoint.
If your current policies feel outdated, or if you’re considering expansion, having the right HR policies will help keep your workplace safe, compliant, and employee-centric.
Building something amazing starts with the right people.
And, to attract the right people, you need to create an organisational culture that fosters success by putting employees first.
A good HR strategy creates direction for your organisation’s HR activities, and does so in alignment with your overall business strategy. It helps you manage key areas like:
- Company culture
- Professional development
- Performance appraisal
- Employee satisfaction
- Succession planning
One of our HR specialists will work with key stakeholders in your business – yourself, your executive team, and any in-house HR practitioners – to formulate a HR strategy that is sustainable, actionable, and measurable.
Functionally, your strategy will help you:
- Identify key employee segments and roles
- Allocate appropriate resources to HR activities
- Design and implement HR services
- Improve HR processes
- Develop company culture
- Drive overall performance
Humans are the foundation of every business.
Empower your people, and watch your organisation thrive.
HR Compliance Auditing
A HR compliance audit is a comprehensive review of how your business meets its legal obligations.
Understanding whether you’re complying with the law can be difficult, especially if you don’t have an in-house legal team or HR department, which is why regular compliance audits are essential. You, your employees, and the rest of your company’s stakeholders need to feel confident that relevant legislation – like the Fair Work Act 2009 – is being followed correctly.
One of our HR specialists will conduct a thorough audit of your business to identify risks associated with non-compliant practices. Common problems we encounter include incorrect employee awards, non-compliance with WHS procedures, and breach of enterprise agreements.
We’ll compile our findings into a comprehensive report, which we’ll walk you through in a step-by-step presentation. Compliance can be confusing, and it’s essential you understand exactly what your company is doing well and what you could be doing better.
Finally, we’ll put together an action plan to rectify non-compliant processes and activities. Once you’re happy with it, one of our team will work with you to implement our recommended changes across the breadth of your organisation.
A HR audit isn’t an expense.
It’s an investment – both in your employees, and in the continued success of your business.
How Fitness Franchise 20v Expanded Across Australia With Our HR Systems
As a startup operating in a high-risk industry, EMS training franchise 20v needed a suite of robust HR systems that protected both them and their staff.
We helped 20v maintain compliance across multiple locations through everything from onboarding procedures and employee agreements to conflict resolution.