Two decades is a milestone not many organizations reach, and we wanted to take this opportunity to thank those who’ve supported us and provide some perspectives that can help us all grow for the next 20 years.
Falls Church, VA (PRWEB) February 20, 2014
TPO, Inc., a human resources consulting and outsourcing firm specializing in serving small- and medium-size businesses and non-profits in the Washington, DC area, today announced a yearlong, retrospective blog series called TPO@20! to commemorate its 20th year in business.
The TPO@20! blog series features interviews with a number of TPO’s clients, partners and employees who discuss what’s changed in terms of “how we work” over the last 20 years--and what hasn’t. Topics include the evolving perception of “people as an asset,” the positive and negative impacts of always-on technologies and changes in the definition of human resources.
“TPO is excited to bring together our network for what we think will be an insightful and hopefully fun series of articles to celebrate our 20th year in business,” said TPO’s President and CEO Dana Papke. “Two decades is a milestone not many organizations reach, and we wanted to take this opportunity to thank those who’ve supported us and provide some perspectives that can help us all grow for the next 20 years.”
TPO@20! launched in January 2014 and will include at least one new blog post per month during this year from a TPO partner, client or employee. To read the first several posts, please visit http://www.tpo-inc.com/about-us/tpos-20th-birthday.
For more than two decades, Falls Church, VA-based TPO, Inc. has provided outsourced human resources (HR) and strategic HR consulting services to small and medium-sized organizations in the Greater Washington, D.C. area. Through hard work and focus, we’ve become known as a leader in helping businesses and not-for-profit organizations manage their people priorities.
TPO has also developed a uniquely innovative data-driven approach to challenges such as employee onboarding--providing quantitative measures to help reduce Non-Productive Compensation during an employee’s first 90 - 120- days and identify bad hires sooner. TPO prides itself on its track record of linking HR to its clients’ bigger picture by analyzing their people priorities and practices through the lens of the client’s business strategy and priorities.
Whether on an ongoing basis or on-demand, TPO can build and manage HR programs through a full range of consulting services, including HR Strategy Development, HR Outsourcing, Consulting Projects and Interim or On-Call support.
Typical TPO focus areas include:
- Compensation—Salary and Incentive Programs
- Performance Management Systems
- Succession and Transition Planning
- Workforce Assessment and Planning
- Affirmative Action Plans
- Incident Investigations
- Business Start-Ups
- Employee Handbooks and Policy Development
- Employee Recognition
- Confidential CEO Guidance
- Recruiting Strategy
For more information, please visit http://www.tpo-inc.com.