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Topic: Outsourcing: Where to start

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marthawatt
Member since 06/22/2005
Outsourcing: Where to start
07/26/2005 / 11:10 am    #1

The best place to start is the admin functions: benefits, etc. ROI is the best determining factor.

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1123593030142
Member since 12/31/1969
Re:Outsourcing: Where to start
08/09/2005 / 10:35 am    #2

>The best place to start is the admin functions: benefits, etc. ROI is the best determining factor.

The offshore is a good option. In Mexico, we have outsource schemes for cut the costs.

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1123182864953
Member since 08/04/2005
Re:Outsourcing: Where to start
09/07/2005 / 8:44 am    #3

Hi,

regarding the HR Admin Outsourcing (payroll,TM, HR portal..) someone can send me a real business case or can suggest me where I can find that, please?
Thanks in adavnce for attention and cooperation.
Best regards
Claudio

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1119485766228
Member since 06/22/2005
Re:Outsourcing: Where to start
09/09/2005 / 3:30 am    #4

>The best place to start is the admin functions: benefits, etc. ROI is the best determining factor.

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1119475422619
Member since 06/22/2005
Re:Outsourcing: Where to start
09/27/2005 / 2:02 am    #5





HOW IS YOUR HUMAN RESOURCE DEPARTMENT?
Do you ask yourself any of these questions?
 Are your policies and practices with current employment laws?
 What kinds of things can you do to save money?
 What kinds of things can you do to simplify or streamline your processes?
 How can you improve employee morale?
 Is a HRIS Computer system right for you? Which one? How do I know if it will be worth the cost?
 How do I Improve: Training, Safety, Communication, Recruitment/Retention, Rewards/Incentives programs, Performance Reviews, Employee/Labor Relations?
 How do I align HR as a better support to other departments?
 How do I implement a Continual Improvement Process to continually improve all processes and functions? What should it measure? How do I measure them?
 I have so many questions and need my HR department expertly improved and alignment but am unsure if a consultant is the right way to get it done?


Tony Alvarez, M.B.A., Bio Sketch 2005



Tony Alvarez is president and managing principal of Human Resource Solutions (HRS).

HRS, a consulting firm that helps organizations significantly improve their bottom line through Human Resource strategies. Alvarez has been in the training and consulting field for nearly twenty years working with business, government and non-profit organizations. Alvarez specializes in helping people work as teams to maximize their effectiveness. Customizing all of his work for individual clients, he implements systems to improve Human Resources, Employee Relations and training functions.


He custom designs training programs for managers, leaders, trainers, and consultants. Tony has been featured in dozens of publications including The Wall Street Journal, Harvard Management Update and Hispanic Magazine.

As a management and executive consultant, trainer he has provided services to numerous Fortune 500 Companies. General Casualty Insurance, Price water-house Coopers, American Family Insurance, Marathon Oil, Hershey Chocolate, Johnson Wax, Federal Reserve Bank, U.S. Air Force, Newport News Shipbuilding, Kohler Company, Decurion Corporation, and Pacific Theatres.

He has authored dozens of articles, including: "Creating a Successful Company Culture"(2005), "Empirical Measurement of the Human Resource Function", (2005), "Successful Team-Building",(2004), "Strategic Management", (2003), "Aligning Performance to Company Goals", (2002), "Ten Mistakes CEOs Make About Training," (2002), "TQM for Training", (1999), "Employing Best Practices for Total Quality", (1997). His articles have been translated into Spanish, Japanese, German and Dutch.

Tony holds a B.S. in Business Administration from the University of California, Riverside, and a Master´s in Business Administration (MBA) from Golden Gate University. He is an active member of the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM), serving on the National Conference Design Committee, Consultant's Day for the past seven years, and the International Conference Design. In addition to his work with SHRM, he is also a member of the Independent Consultants Association's (ICA) Advisory Committee.

Prior to entering the private sector, Tony served as a Personnel Officer over 450 military personnel. He was charged with the creation of mission critical air bases in enemy regions. His organizational skills were credited for expediting the success of strategic military operations. He was awarded the highest award a personnel officer can receive, the "Most Outstanding Personnel Administration Officer" for all USAF bases worldwide. He was also awarded the Meritorious Service Medal and promotion to the rank of Captain. His ability to direct the strategic success of military accomplishments is reflected by his successes in the private sector.
Published Articles on: http://www.hrstrategies.blogspot.com/
Email: tonyalvarez2003@yahoo.com
Phone: 909.380.3426





>Hi,
>
>regarding the HR Admin Outsourcing (payroll,TM, HR portal..) someone can send me a real business case or can suggest me where I can find that, please?
>Thanks in adavnce for attention and cooperation.
>Best regards
>Claudio

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1123182864953
Member since 08/04/2005
Re:Outsourcing: Where to start
09/27/2005 / 5:06 am    #6

What I'm asking is an HR business case for the Administration activities (payroll, time management, travel and administration of employees.
I'm sure that for example to outsource only the payroll process there's no ROI and the responsabilities is of the Client ,but what happens in the case of entire administration process ?
Could you help me?
Best regards.
Claudio.


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>
>
>HOW IS YOUR HUMAN RESOURCE DEPARTMENT?
>Do you ask yourself any of these questions?
> Are your policies and practices with current employment laws?
> What kinds of things can you do to save money?
> What kinds of things can you do to simplify or streamline your processes?
> How can you improve employee morale?
> Is a HRIS Computer system right for you? Which one? How do I know if it will be worth the cost?
> How do I Improve: Training, Safety, Communication, Recruitment/Retention, Rewards/Incentives programs, Performance Reviews, Employee/Labor Relations?
> How do I align HR as a better support to other departments?
> How do I implement a Continual Improvement Process to continually improve all processes and functions? What should it measure? How do I measure them?
> I have so many questions and need my HR department expertly improved and alignment but am unsure if a consultant is the right way to get it done?
>
>
>Tony Alvarez, M.B.A., Bio Sketch 2005
>
>
>
>Tony Alvarez is president and managing principal of Human Resource Solutions (HRS).
>
>HRS, a consulting firm that helps organizations significantly improve their bottom line through Human Resource strategies. Alvarez has been in the training and consulting field for nearly twenty years working with business, government and non-profit organizations. Alvarez specializes in helping people work as teams to maximize their effectiveness. Customizing all of his work for individual clients, he implements systems to improve Human Resources, Employee Relations and training functions.
>
>
>He custom designs training programs for managers, leaders, trainers, and consultants. Tony has been featured in dozens of publications including The Wall Street Journal, Harvard Management Update and Hispanic Magazine.
>
>As a management and executive consultant, trainer he has provided services to numerous Fortune 500 Companies. General Casualty Insurance, Price water-house Coopers, American Family Insurance, Marathon Oil, Hershey Chocolate, Johnson Wax, Federal Reserve Bank, U.S. Air Force, Newport News Shipbuilding, Kohler Company, Decurion Corporation, and Pacific Theatres.
>
>He has authored dozens of articles, including: "Creating a Successful Company Culture"(2005), "Empirical Measurement of the Human Resource Function", (2005), "Successful Team-Building",(2004), "Strategic Management", (2003), "Aligning Performance to Company Goals", (2002), "Ten Mistakes CEOs Make About Training," (2002), "TQM for Training", (1999), "Employing Best Practices for Total Quality", (1997). His articles have been translated into Spanish, Japanese, German and Dutch.
>
>Tony holds a B.S. in Business Administration from the University of California, Riverside, and a Master´s in Business Administration (MBA) from Golden Gate University. He is an active member of the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM), serving on the National Conference Design Committee, Consultant's Day for the past seven years, and the International Conference Design. In addition to his work with SHRM, he is also a member of the Independent Consultants Association's (ICA) Advisory Committee.
>
>Prior to entering the private sector, Tony served as a Personnel Officer over 450 military personnel. He was charged with the creation of mission critical air bases in enemy regions. His organizational skills were credited for expediting the success of strategic military operations. He was awarded the highest award a personnel officer can receive, the "Most Outstanding Personnel Administration Officer" for all USAF bases worldwide. He was also awarded the Meritorious Service Medal and promotion to the rank of Captain. His ability to direct the strategic success of military accomplishments is reflected by his successes in the private sector.
>Published Articles on: http://www.hrstrategies.blogspot.com/
>Email: tonyalvarez2003@yahoo.com
>Phone: 909.380.3426
>
>
>
>
>
>>Hi,
>>
>>regarding the HR Admin Outsourcing (payroll,TM, HR portal..) someone can send me a real business case or can suggest me where I can find that, please?
>>Thanks in adavnce for attention and cooperation.
>>Best regards
>>Claudio

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1120062825726
Member since 06/29/2005
Re:Outsourcing: Where to start
09/28/2005 / 11:40 am    #7

Hi Claudo, I can not attach any documents in this response. There are some hard numbers for OS done by PWC on HR/PR/TLM and Portal done by the Cedar Group. You can find the info on ADP's web site or you can email me at eileen_mccormick@adp.com.

Best Regards,
Eileen



>Hi,
>
>regarding the HR Admin Outsourcing (payroll,TM, HR portal..) someone can send me a real business case or can suggest me where I can find that, please?
>Thanks in adavnce for attention and cooperation.
>Best regards
>Claudio

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1129273055668
Member since 12/31/1969
Re:Outsourcing: Where to start
10/14/2005 / 3:07 am    #8

>>The best place to start is the admin functions: benefits, etc. ROI is the best determining factor.

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1131962563270
Member since 12/31/1969
Re:Outsourcing: Where to start
11/14/2005 / 5:20 am    #9

>The best place to start is the admin functions: benefits, etc. ROI is the best determining factor.

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1119486709726
Member since 06/22/2005
Re:Outsourcing: Where to start
01/23/2006 / 12:46 am    #10

>>The best place to start is the admin functions: benefits, etc. ROI is the best determining factor.

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One must remember that ROI also includes employee satisfaction. Keeping the employee happy as well as retaining tallent should not be forgotten.

A distant touch may be cheap but could backfire if the human touch is absent.

A system that can be accessed by all as well interactive would be a good system.

Measuring and rewarding perofrmance, plans to grow the employee are very important factors.

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1119489050931
Member since 06/22/2005
Re: Re:Outsourcing: Where to start
01/25/2007 / 9:15 am    #11

You could start by getting quotes from PEO's. Any good PEO can show you actual savings based upon factual data. For instance, the time saved by an onsite HR person not having to do administrative tasks can far outweigh the administrative costs of outsourcing.

Also, making certain that laws, regulations, posters etc. are up to date and that employees have access to frequently requested data can save a lot of money preventing compliance fines and time by giving employees the power to get the information they need for themselves.

Try Oasis Outsourcing's website and request a quote. This company will provide you with a great learning resource as far as ROI goes. They have been in the business for years and are one of the largest privately owned organizations.



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siddiqui
Member since 03/31/2007
Re: Re:Outsourcing: Where to start
04/22/2007 / 8:18 am    #12

Hi Caudio,

Can you help me find out the materials on: Evaluation on how good the US Military or any military is in Practising the Strategic HRM please?

Kind Regards

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nithya.anand
Member since 02/13/2013
Re: Outsourcing: Where to start
02/14/2013 / 3:17 am    #13

The first and foremost preference can be given to outsourcing Payroll Processing. You need to give your monthly variable data to generate payroll. The company where you outsource should be handling pay slips, Income Tax calculations, PF, ESI ....and many other Factors.

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ananthakrishna.sharma
Member since 07/06/2011
Re: Outsourcing: Where to start
02/15/2013 / 4:04 am    #14

The Best way to start is work as employee and understand what are the different stags in hiring process... as a Consultant you have gone through various stages in Recruitment process. This should be your first step... later you can add on so many skills in fine tuning and get mastery...

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placementindiacom
Member since 12/17/2013
Re: Outsourcing: Where to start
01/16/2014 / 7:27 am    #15

Start from the freshers..... who are current pass outs from colleges

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