Developing HR Outsourcing Consultants

1675 WordsJul 8, 20187 Pages
What is it our company can do for yours? This is the motto of an organization devoted to outsourcing. These days no good company has done without some amount of outsourcing. Outsourcing is a cost saving method that companies employ by utilizing less labor and overhead in house. Instead companies pay much less to an outside firm to handle some of the duties that are more menial in nature, but important enough for management to consider necessary. To that end, just about any task can be outsourced, including the Human Resources Department. Through the use of Human Resources outsourcing firms save money on things such as: benefits administration, total absence management, defined benefits, 401k, etc. There are firms who outsource the entire…show more content…
As stated on our website from the “Solutions” tab under “Human Capital”, “Our Human Capital business provides consulting services to almost 50% of the Fortune 100 companies and over 4% of the Fortune 500. We also include a high percentage of the leading companies in Europe, Asia, Latin America, and Australia, among our strong global client base.” What consultants contribute to the success of Mercer in this area is actually delivering the consulting services mentioned above. To do so they must know the companies that they are consulting for inside-out. This is where they research to find out a great many things that will make and/or break a relationship with this company. One consultant’s duty that is the most meaningful to companies is their ability to analyze market risks and benefits with regard to providing administrative services to our clients. When we contact organizations to be their administrators, our consultants have already put a great deal of research into the companies to find out what they need most and what we can do to meet those needs and serve both the client and their employees properly. Once all of the necessary research is completed and we have set our sights on the companies we want to sell our services to, we develop packages that fit their needs and proposals to sell the benefits of such packages. These proposals usually include groups of consultants
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