Best HR Technology Consulting Firms

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This page is a list of the HR Tech consultants we've come across who we recommend to organizations who are looking for extra help.

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A Quick Breakdown: Best HR Consultants

Peoply bridges the gap between technology and people, unlocking the potential of those who change the world.
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Reservoir HR is a consultancy focused on helping early-stage startups build programs to recruit and retain employees.
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Superstar Projects helps recruitment entrepreneurs increase efficiency with technology and automation, by listening, advising, and bringing your ideas to life
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Human Resource Services provider serving the east coast of the United States and beyond.
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Lynette Buitt brings 16 years of experience to the field of Human Resources with a focus on global mergers & acquisitions (M&A), organization development, change management and project management.
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The Career Edit LLC is a full-service career strategy firm partnering with those ready to write, or rewrite, their career story.
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Outsourced HR services for start ups, small, medium and growing businesses throughout Canada and the US
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Mo-Dynamics helps HR leaders and business owners reduce work overload, overhead costs, to become more efficient, and productive.
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MillerNet HR & Business Solutions provides clients with deep experience in employee life cycle management.
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CWsolutions Group works with HR Tech Founders to establish GTM and client acquisition strategies in the US and Europe.
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Benefits of Hiring an HR Consultant

HR consultants have been there, done that - usually dozens of times. If your company can afford it, you should definitely look into getting a consultant to help with optimizing your HR processes. These consultants can help with hiring, training, managing, and planning a better HR strategy.

Building and managing a quality team is a lot of work and can be incredibly challenging for companies of all sizes. This can be especially true if your company is growing rapidly and you want to expand your operations. So, it's important to think about the benefits of hiring an HR consultant in order to justify the time and cost.

  • Receive expert guidance: Startup, small, and mid-size business owners often don't have the time to manage the day-to-day HR tasks and functions. Hiring an HR consultant will not only solve this issue but also help with getting an expert opinion. These consultants precisely know what, how, and when to do things as they have worked with dozens of companies from different industries.
  • Efficient and Cost-Effective: It takes a long time and a lot of effort to hire people, train them, and place them in a position where they belong. HR consultants are well-versed with such HR processes that they do these tasks in a fast and streamlined manner. Also, hiring an HR consultant is often cheaper than getting a full-time HR Director or Partner for your company.
  • Flexible and Customized: As HR Consultants are experienced in handling a diverse set of HR problems in different companies, they understand that there is no one-size-fits-all model and will customize their solutions to your business needs. 
  • Fresh perspective and Unbiased: An important aspect of having someone from outside your organization analyze and optimize processes is that they bring a fresh and unbiased perspective that can solve long-standing or challenging issues effectively and creatively. 
  • Reduced risk and Increased compliance: You might think having someone from the outside might not be in the best interest, but it's the opposite. Experienced HR consultants are well-versed with the best practices and other legalities involved, which will reduce risks and increase compliance with local and federal labor laws for your business in the longer run.
  • Focus on Core Business: Having an experienced consultant to take care of all the HR processes will take a massive load off your shoulders and will let you focus on the core business activities. Also, it will not take much time for an HR consultant to start their work as there is no learning curve as there is with a new employee.

Advice for choosing the best HR Consultant

It can be tough to choose between hiring an HR consultant and hiring an internal employee to handle your people processes. With your company growing fast, you find yourselves in a position where you have more work to do, employees to manage, and emails to answer, thereby reducing the time you can spend on core business functions. An HR consultant can take this burden off your shoulders, handling everything related to HR and People Operations.

Here are some things to look for before choosing an HR consultant,

  • Experience and Qualifications: A good HR consultant should have relevant experience in servicing multiple companies in the domain. Any additional qualifications like professional certifications, being members of professional associations, etc., further solidify the competency and skills of a consultant.
  • Full HR Service: HR consultants need to be well-versed with multiple aspects of people operations as they will be dealing with recruitment, onboarding, payroll, benefits, training, etc. They should be able to provide help on all fronts related to your companies HR needs.
  • Strong Track Record: Talk to their previous clients, look at their website for testimonials and reviews, and look into their industry affiliations. It is vital to know that the consultant will deliver what they promise, and looking at their track record will let you know that for sure.
  • On-call Availability: Many HR consultants say they are just a call away. You should make sure that it is the case. If and when you have a problem, you should be able to reach out to a qualified consultant to seek advice. One way to test this is to see how quickly they revert to your query in the first place.
  • Employer and Employee Focused: It is also vital for the consultant to be employee-focused, as they are the most important assets of any company. What looks to be best for your business may not be best for your employees, and it may have unintended consequences you weren't aware of. When an HR consultant gives you advice, they should be explicit about the risks of each course of action, both for you and your personnel, allowing you to make an informed decision.
  • Honesty: Look for consultants who are honest with you and are open enough to tell you whenever something is going wrong. As these HR consultants will be managing critical duties that require not only collaboration but also trust on both ends, a healthy connection from the onset is essential.
  • Realistic: There will always be lofty ambitions and goals, but if a consultant cannot provide pragmatic, real-world solutions, they might not accomplish what they say. This can be especially true with issues related to labor law, where choosing to go with the simplest of solutions will work most often than not.

Questions to ask an HR Consultant

There are many questions you could ask an HR Consultant while assessing their suitability with the task at hand. However, asking more specific questions that are related to your company and the problems you need them to solve would be better. Here are some questions you could ask an HR Consultant before deciding on whether to hire them or not.

  • Tell me about a significant employee issue you've dealt with in your HR career.
  • Which HR software tools do you have the most experience with?
  • What is your view on work-life balance, and how would you integrate them into our organization?
  • How do we keep up with changes in labor laws?
  • How would you go about determining a candidate's core competencies?
  • What type of long-term incentive programs will help us to drive employee performance?
  • Have you worked with HR data analytics before?
  • What is the single most important metric that we should focus on?
  • Have you ever led an inquiry into discrimination, bullying, or sexual harassment in the workplace?
  • What is your view on job terminations?
  • In a virtual or work-from-home environment, how do you establish trust among your team?
  • What cost-cutting experience do you have in HR that you could apply to our team?
  • Do you have the knowledge and awareness needed to communicate effectively in a multicultural environment?
  • What is one skill or competency you're working on to improve yourself?

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I have to pay to search for HR Consultants?
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How can I list myself / my agency as a Consultant?
You can list yourself or your agency to be reviewed as an HR Consultant on our website by completing this form.
Are there any prerequisites to complete before being eligible to get listed?
Yes, you or your agency need to fill in this form with more details about your HR Consultant practice before being eligible to get listed.
What are the benefits of being listed as a Consultant?
The HR Consultants portal connects customers who need help with HR projects with reputable human resource firms. Once reviewed and added to our platform, your agency will get more eyes on the services you offer.
How do you aggregate and analyze Consultants?
We get applications from dozens of HR Consulting firms every month. After a thorough review of all the details that are submitted to us, including pricing details, reviews, etc., we add new consultants to our platform.
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