At Kalinda & Associates we ensure that an organization’s human capital serves the best interests of the company.
By creating and developing a human resources model specific to the organizations that hire them, human resources consultants work to ensure that the company is effectively using its personnel to achieve its stated goals, while also ensuring the workforce is operating at a high level of productivity and efficiency.
HR consultants are generally called in to advise companies on a wide range of issues involving its workforce. For example, new companies may use their services to establish company policy and procedures and ensure they are complying with applicable laws regarding their employees, while in larger companies their services may involve establishing grievance mediation processes. In some cases, they may even go so far as to make recommendations for reorganizing a department’s leadership structure.
HR consultants must be adept in IT, accounting, sales, marketing, finance and, of course, human resource management as to fully understand issues and inefficiencies in human resources and how to remedy them.
Most HR consultants are educated and experienced HR generalists or specialists, as this type of HR career involves possessing a deep understanding of everything from organizational management to labor laws to equal opportunity employment and beyond.