How PEO [Professional Employment Organization] can be beneficial for Startups?

How PEO can be beneficial to startups
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Organization is People… Only People can help in the time of need. Let’s look at how you can build the recession proof People initiatives… especially Startups SME businesses.

The news of slowdown always BAD news… but let’s turn this to be GOOD news, to reshape our Startup Small Mid enterprises!

There is enough awareness among people, in terms of the impact of economic slowdown and how large enterprises are crumbling due to unforeseen pressures. Basically, today every employee is conscious of the impact of changes in environment. If the organization is not sustainable, people are bound to get effected.

Based on the 18 years of experience we have in helping people for Startup SME businesses at Husys, we are listing a few important aspects of People you may like to consider adopting into your own business, with modifications, to suit to your organizational culture.

We start building people and, consequently, inefficiencies when business is good and growing. However, a close look at the productivity per employee is very important point to consider at the Unit level and its impact on the overall business.

Warning: Apply any of these inputs based on your reality, practicality for your business & industry and the stage of your organization.

Employee Hiring: Most Important Activity of Any Organization, at ALL Times!

Employee Communication: During Times of Challenge, Communication Can Be a Great Tool.

While Services has huge employee cost at a range of 30-85%, manufacturing companies may vary from 3% to 25%. Here is what you may consider as options unless that’s going to hit your bottom-line significantly. Just cutting down on employee cost is not really useful.

If your employee cost is not really impacting on bottom-line, as an impacting element or EBIDTA, do not work on cutting down, but, focus on building efficiency!

Finally Remember

Friend in Need is a Friend Indeed.

Similarly, Employee in Need is Employee Indeed!

 
 
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