As your company scales, it becomes even more important to keep on top of your HR and finance functions. However, depending on the size of your organisation you may not always be able to justify employing a dedicated HR specialist or a full-time accountant (let alone a CFO).
On Wednesday May 30th we are hosting a Panel Q&A where we’ll be talking about how and why to outsource your HR and finance functions. Here are the details:
Organisations of every size encounter ongoing people issues and need to ensure their financials are reported accurately.
Unless you’re an expert in employment law, how do you handle a workplace harassment claim? And unless you’re a qualified CPA, how are you properly closing off at month end or preparing your BAS?
If you are not in a position to have a dedicated HR and finance specialist on staff, it’s certainly worth considering engaging an expert HR consultant or outsourced CFO.
Aside from not having to add two more full time senior salaries to your P&L, there are several benefits to outsourcing these specialist functions. You can engage them for a specific project; on an as-needs basis; for a set number of hours per month; and you can relax knowing they are on the end of the phone if an unexpected urgent need arises.
In this interactive RecruitLoop panel Q&A, you’ll learn from two industry experts on how to make the most of outsourcing your HR and finance functions.
Come prepared and bring along your questions for our expert panelists or simply listen in and learn from their stories.
This Q&A will be recorded but it’s always best to make the most out of the live learning lunch setting.
We look forward to seeing you on May 30th.
Nick Hedges, Resolve HR
Nick Hedges is an experienced Human Resources and Workplace Relations Advisor. He has gained extensive experience having held HR management roles in large corporates as well as boutique companies. He has consulted to leading players in financial services, startup, professional services, education, manufacturing, building and construction, retail, and healthcare. Nick is able to provide specialist and technical expertise to clients and brings valuable insights into the HR and Workplace Relations arenas and conveys a strategic approach to his clients that is both business focused and commercially achievable.
Lachlan Grant, VitalAddition
Lachlan Grant is an entrepreneurial finance professional. Through his experience as a CFO and/or founder of various startups in media, TV, e-commerce, wholesale and retail he has developed a clear understanding of what it takes to succeed and how best to manage the finances of any sized business. He is currently CEO of Vital Addition, a firm which specialises in all aspects of finance for startups and SMEs. His favourite topics to educate his 1,000+ clients are ‘The Four I’s of Finance’ and ‘Getting Your Economics Right.’