HR Secrets That Will Protect Your Business with Delmar Johnson
Recently Added • 55m
Are you planning for growth? No matter how young your business is, you should begin strategizing for growth. Today on The TSP Show, Delmar Johnson joins us to give you the low-down on how to set your company up for future success. She is the founder of HR Solutions, where she helps entrepreneurs establish a culture, develop an effective team, and integrate HR into their business.
Entrepreneurs overlook the necessity of utilizing an HR professional because they are in the beginning phases, but Delmar is here to show you just how essential HR is to your business. She breaks down how you can start, grow and expand by visualizing the structure of your company early on. It won't happen if you don’t imagine it first!
With freelance and contractor culture dominating the entrepreneurial space, Delmar shows you how to groom employees that will grow with your company. Establishing a strong culture will help you find the right people and keep them, and Delmar is the premier HR professional to help you along your journey.
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