HR covers the portion of a business dealing with the hiring, administration, and training of personnel. HR is a crucial part of any sized business; however, larger businesses tend to set precedent over smaller businesses when it comes to HR practices––due to bigger budgets, more staff, and increased business experience.
With that being said, HR is typically no cakewalk for any sized business. Being a leader in HR comes with an array of responsibilities and often requires critical thinking outside of the handbook. Smaller businesses tend to have more challenges on their plate, typically being isolated with a lack in direction, making even small-scale concerns tougher to handle.
So, how can small businesses reflect more of a big business approach when it comes to HR practices and success?