Your business is growing – and your HR and compliance needs are evolving with it. At Frexito Group, we take time to understand your business and how we can streamline operations. You need custom policies, employee handbooks, and reliable compliance protocols to succeed.
That’s where our business solutions come into play.
Over the years, we’ve worked closely with everyone from the University of Houston Small Business Development Center to the U.S. Small Business Administration. We’re familiar with the Harris County Clerk, the Texas State Comptroller, and all the other agencies that require your business to stay in compliance. Our goal is to make law and regulation abidance easy for you.
At Frexito, we’ve embraced a revolutionary HR tactic: Strategic Human Resource management. We’ll help implement long-term HR strategies that closely align with your goals. We’ll give you a competitive advantage with above-average employee handbooks, approaches to benefits, and intelligent team management.
We’re not just another human resource service provider. Frexito is a well-established consulting firm. Our team has provided innovative, lasting solutions to dozens of different clients – and we’ll do the same for you. Let us optimize the way your business functions.
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We’re standing by to talk more about our exemplary business solutions. Call us on 832-677-6414 or schedule a free consultation.
1. How do business consultants work?
When a company hires a business consultant, this person (or organization) comes in to help the client improve their performance, efficiency, and workflows. Consultants know how to spot weak spots and improve overall productivity.
2. What is the purpose of an employee handbook?
Employee handbooks are not just places to record your rules and regulations. A well-written, thorough handbook provides a method of communication between the employer and the employees. Your team can turn to it for daily guidance, as well as learn more about your brand values and mission.
3. What is the difference between human resource management and strategic human resource management?
Generally, human resource management is reactive in nature. When you strategize your human resource management, you focus more on preventing problems in advance.