WHY DO COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE COMPANIES NEED OUTSOURCED HR?
Running a commercial real estate company means wearing a lot of different hats often in multiple states. You do not have the bandwidth for an in-house HR person, but you still need to make sure you are compliant with local, state, and federal regulations. Relying on friends or colleges to get it right, or Google is never the greatest plan. Google isn’t always right and what is the cost of getting it wrong?
Don’t find out. For a fraction of the cost of hiring an HR person for your team you can get an entire team of Human Resource experts who truly care about you, and your commercial real estate business.
Why Clairity HR?
Commercial real estate needs local expertise, which makes Clarity the perfect resource for HR professionals. Clarity is invested in fostering an office culture in which everyone feels part of a team.
Clarity offers trusted experience at your fingertips, with experience in both regional and branch locations.
Let Us Clarify:
Payroll and Timekeeping Practices
Employee Onboarding Procedures
Performance Management Practices
Policies & Procedures
Compensation and Benefit Programs
Multi-State, and Federal Regulatory Compliance
Clarifying the Fair Labor Standards Act! with Julie Wheeler
Join us for Breakfast at the GAC for Clarity on the Fair Labor Standards Act
February 16th, 2023
Greater Akron Chamber388 South Main Street, #Ste. 205, Akron, OH, 44311
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