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Mary Pomerantz

Too Much to Handle: The Plight of Today’s HR Professionals

Mary Pomerantz

Ms. Pomerantz is the CEO of TPG HR Services USA. She holds a Master’s in Human Resource Management (MHRM) and is a certified Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) and SHRM Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP). Mary also serves as CEO of Mary Pomerantz Advertising, one of the largest recruitment advertising agencies in the country. Earlier in her career, she was president of the 17th largest staffing firm in the country.

man stressed out with immense workload

As the field of human resources continues to evolve, so do the job descriptions of HR professionals. What began as a largely recruitment and personnel-based industry has exploded into a complex amalgamation of responsibilities, including compliance assistance, payroll administration, employee relations management and an ever-growing list of other obligations.

In today’s business world, the average human resources professional is responsible for up to 100 employees: remaining up to date on new regulations, creating recruitment strategies, managing workers’ compensation and unemployment claims and managing employee benefits – just to list a few of their job duties.

The New Challenges faced by HR Professionals

In the year 1900, there were only two U.S. employment laws on the books. Today, that number has skyrocketed to over 100; that’s a lot more information for HR professionals to keep up with, creating more opportunities for a compliance issue to slip through the cracks.

A recent survey from ADP revealed that 52 percent of mid-sized companies reported at least one incident of human resources-related complaints, charges or lawsuits. With new federal and state payroll, tax and employment laws being ratified every year, overworked HR professionals are left in a constant mode of playing catch-up, limiting their effectiveness.

Everyone Needs a Little Help

Today’s HR teams are integral in helping their companies make decisions about training, recruitment, retention, promotions, downsizing, cost management and many other essential business functions. They are responsible for managing economic flux, global competition for talent, outsourcing labor, compliance legislation and so much more. Instead of being an ancillary part of a business, a company’s HR team is now crucial to its success and growth.

There’s little wonder why the HR Services industry is generating an estimated $165 billion annually and nearly 85 percent of businesses now outsource at least some parts of their HR functions–even the most dynamic and capable HR teams need a hand.

An ASO Partnership Can Be Perfect for You

Companies looking for assistance with their HR responsibilities can benefit greatly from an HR Services Organization. An HR service offers businesses an a la carte model, in which your business remains the employer of record, but unloads some of their administrative duties on the HR services vendor.

Let Us Give You a Hand

TPG HR Services USA is fully equipped to handle any part of your HR management needs. We work with your company’s internal team to streamline your HR services, ensuring continued employee satisfaction and organizational growth. Contact us today to learn more about what we can do for you.

Contact us today at 732-917-6000 to learn more about our many HR services and how we can help your business run better.