Human Resource Services

A question we often get is, “Should I hire a full-time HR person or outsource my HR?” It’s a really important question and we wanted to address it on the blog today. In general, HR is a critical part of any business operation. So much gets wrapped up in the HR seat, it’s often responsible for: maintaining morale, culture, hiring,

One of the biggest financial challenges people in the US are facing is whether or not they’re able to afford healthcare. People are already struggling to pay for the insurance premiums but on top of that, they’re afraid deductibles, prescriptions, and co-insurance might push them into the red. It’s no wonder that they’re struggling. Healthcare costs have risen faster than

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Check this out! Yours truly LeiLani E. Quiray is a guest on the LifeBlood Podcast – HR Best Practices hosted by George Grombacher.

We talked about HR best practices for small businesses, treating humans as the most valuable resources, how organizations can actually live their values instead of just talking about it, and how to get started.


Amid a recession, organizations of all sizes and sectors usually experience decreased sales and profits stemming from changing consumer behaviors. An economic downturn may also limit an organization’s credit capabilities and reduce their overall cash flow as customers take more time to pay for products and services.
While these behaviors can threaten the financial stability of any organization, large businesses

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Last year’s labor market was a roller coaster and we believe 2023 will be no different. A lot is uncertain but one thing is clear: employers will struggle to compete for top talent.  Labor metrics indicate that though the market has slightly improved over last year, it’s still a tight labor market, numbers remain historically high. While most employers project

Although some organizations may cut jobs or reduce hiring as economic growth slows, some are paying higher employee wages to keep and win top talent. More than ever, compensation is top of mind for employers and employees alike. Today, workers can demand higher pay and better benefits as many employers face a worker shortage and struggle with employee attraction and

Many employee benefits are subject to annual dollar limits that are adjusted for inflation by the IRS each year. The following commonly offered Employee Benefits are subject to these limits:

  • High deductible health plans (HDHPs) and health savings accounts (HSAs)
  • Health flexible spending accounts (FSAs)
  • 401(k) plans
  • Transportation fringe benefit plans.


Identifying and retaining key employees is especially important in light of ongoing attraction and retention difficulties employers have been facing. According to Zywave’s 2022 Attraction and Retention Survey, more than 75% of employers consider attraction and retention to be among their top five business challenges. In response to changing work demands brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic and trends such