Maximize Your Productivity & Profit What's Holding You Back?
Too many businesses fail when they can’t keep up with the ordinary and
essential administrative tasks. Running your business shouldn’t be a burden.
That’s where BBSI business consulting comes in.
MOVE YOUR BUSINESS FORWARD WITH A CO-EMPLOYMENT PARTNERSHIP
GET BACK YOUR TIME SO YOU CAN FOCUS ON WHAT MATTERS
We get a lot of questions about co-employment and how it benefits organizations. Below are answers to our most frequently asked questions about the advantages of a co-employment relationship with BBSI.
A co-employment partnership allows you to provide services to your employees that you may be struggling to provide --services such as recruiting and onboarding new talent, risk management, and payroll.
Co-employment clients are assigned a business unit made up of local professionals who are available to consult in all key areas related to running a business—risk management, payroll processing, recruiting & staffing and human resources.
Once you partner with BBSI as a co-employer, we'll take you through our proven solutions process so you can start making progress right away. Months 1-6, we'll work on setup, analysis and planning, months 7-18 include continuous calibration, and ongoing will be facilitating your vision so employees and supervisors drive the success of the organization.
We meet with business owners quarterly to discuss in depth the Six Pillars of Business—people, processes, culture, finances, services/products and sales pipeline—and develop actions towards the next set of goals. By helping business owners focus on the business rather than working within the business, owners are able to grow and expand their business.
Helping business owners create their business plan includes learning how you got into this business, understanding your role and how it aligns with your goals, determining management's role and how it aligns with the business, identifying how we can help you move your business forward, and conducting a deep dive into the company to identify what's working and what's not.