Wed, Apr 19|
Vouv Event Center
The Good, The Bad, and the Benefits
As trusted advisors, many brokers are hands on with clients when it comes to administrative HR tasks that would typically be handled by an in-house HR professional. However, outsourcing these tasks may be a better option. HR professionals and brokers coupled together can create an advantageous...
Time & Location
Apr 19, 11:30 AM – Apr 20, 1:15 PM
Vouv Event Center, 4445 Sigma Rd, Dallas, TX 75244, USA
About the Event
As trusted advisors, many brokers are hands on with clients when it comes to administrative HR tasks that would typically be handled by an in-house HR professional. However, outsourcing these tasks may be a better option. HR professionals and brokers coupled together can create an advantageous situation for all parties involved. This session will explore the pros and cons of outsourcing, how HR providers and brokers can best work together, and what to look for in an outsourced solution.
What to look for in outsourced HR providers including consultants, payroll vendors, and TPAs.
The benefits of outsourcing HR.
Red flags to watch out for from vendors.
When to keep HR in house.
How to optimize partnerships with outsourced providers for client retention.
Mallory Herrin is an experienced human resources consultant and industry recognized thought leader, serving small and mid-size businesses as HerrinHR’s CEO and Principal HR Consultant. In addition to holding certifications from both HRCI and SHRM, she is also a certified coach and has over 18 years of HR experience.
Mallory is a frequent speaker at HR conferences, the author of Intentional HR: A Revolution in Strategic Thinking, and a recurring guest on podcasts including HR Insider.
Mallory’s work has been recognized in both local and national publications, including being named one of the Top 10 Most Influential People in Executive Hiring, one of the Most Admired Women Leaders in Business, 2022, and one of the Top 10 Unstoppable Entrepreneurs to Follow in 2022.
Mallory is also committed to volunteer work that advances the HR profession including mentoring and serving as a member of DallasHR’s Student Engagement Committee. With a heart for service, she also volunteers as a Board member for Rae’s Hope, a Young Advisory Council member for Goodwill Industries of Dallas, Inc., a Dallas CASA advocate, and a member of the Junior League of Dallas.
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