Human Resources Consulting

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ASSISTANCE IN ADDRESSING COMPLEX ISSUES

It’s Difficult For Employers to Keep Up With the Changing Laws Affecting Businesses

We also know continued business success comes from hiring, retaining, and developing employees. Our human resources consulting team provides resources for organizations who need assistance in addressing these complex issues.

WE'RE HERE TO HELP

WITH A WIDE ARRAY OF EMPLOYEE RELATIONS MATTERS, INCLUDING:

Compliance:
  • FMLA and WFMLA Administration Consulting
  • Compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
  • Assistance with the interplay of FMLA, ADA, Workers' Comp, and Disability Benefits
  • Workplace Poster Requirements

 

How to Achieve a Great Place to Work:
  • Leadership Training
  • Resources for Remote Work

 

Employee Relations:
  • Advice relating to challenging & unusual employment issues
  • Progressive Discipline and Discharge Processes
  • Workforce Reduction Processes
Talent Management Consulting:
  • Sample Employment Applications
  • Onboarding – New Hire Processes and Checklists
  • Performance Reviews / Talent Management Forms and Processes
  • Recruitment Processes

 

Policies:
  • Sample Handbook Policies
  • Handbook Review

PROUD TO PARTNER WITH

Talk with Our Human Resources Experts

  • Mary Jo Spiekerman
With more than 20 years of human resources management in numerous industries, Mary Jo is uniquely qualified to advise the clients of Hausmann Group on human resources-related issues. She provides guidance on complex employment topics such as employee relations, talent management, recruitment, onboarding, and training. Mary Jo and her team help “lighten the load” for clients that may otherwise spend a lot of time, effort, and energy attempting to do their own risk management and employee benefits administration.

Mary Jo is a graduate of Marian University with degrees in Business Administration and Human Relations. She is currently a member of the Board of Directors of Community Support Network and serves as a consultant to the Personnel Committee of her village board. When she’s not working she takes the time to relax with family and friends at her cabin on the Wisconsin/Upper Michigan border.