We work flexibly to meet the HR requirements of your organization. This may mean working on specific projects, or working as part of your team with a set number of hours per week spent on HR matters.
HR support can be provided regardless of your location. Our business is serving you - we offer a range of flexible communication options – email, phone, text, Skype, teleconference and in-person. Let’s connect!
We work both onsite and offsite, depending on the project and what your preferences are.
Yes you will have one person who works with you – they will also be your primary source of contact.
Most organizations often cannot afford a full-time HR professional. Using Pebbles & Twiggs allows you to change your level of support dependent on your current HR needs. This is both practical and cost effective.
Yes, we provide advice and assistance throughout the process.
Dependent on the project, we charge either at a fixed price, daily rate or an hourly rate. We also offer an HR OnCall service that gives you 24/7 access by phone, email or text to an HR specialist. This fixed monthly rate is determined by the size of your organization.
We often see HR fall under another function within smaller organizations. I always say, you wouldn’t have HR do your accounting, so why would accounting do your HR, but I get why. Resources can be limited. The person handling your HR should have an HR background, education and experience, and also actively engage in continuing [...]
HR is more than just hiring, payroll, benefits. It’s the full employment cycle and helping you get the most out of your largest administrative expense - your people. Is this your story? You wear many hats. Your band members need your attention, the finance person needs your invoices and receipts, and your employees need EVERYTHING. [...]
Awareness of, and sensitivity towards our culture is important. As attitudes change so does our terminology. There are “for’s” and “against’s” for all terms used, and there seems to be no consensus on the “one” term that we all can agree on, and there probably never will be. Popular media/political entities/cultural associations have recently advised [...]