helping organizations Minimize Risk through wise HR strategies
Successful businesses that strive to attract and retain top talent as an “Employer of Choice”, know the importance of leveraging Human Resources best practices and legislative compliance to build brand and promote a productive and engaged workforce.
However, with rising legal obligations faced by employers today, this is not easy to achieve without specialized HR expertise to support your organization.
How We Can Help
At Strategywise HR, we are focused on helping progressive organizations (with 50 employees or more) in the Greater Toronto area (including Toronto, Vaughan, Markham, Mississauga, Etobicoke and York Region) limit legal risk through strategic thinking and the development of proactive Human Resources solutions that drive operational success.
Specialized in Employee / Labour Relations, our dedicated Human Resources Consultants will partner with you to help you navigate the complex issues that all workplaces face.
The stakes are high and employers can no longer afford to take a laid back approach if they aspire to remain competitive in today’s marketplace and avoid costly mistakes.
Why Choose Us?
Strategic and tactical advice you can count on that leverages in-depth knowledge of HR best practices, trends and employment laws.
Conduct objective fact-finding investigations and workplace assessments that gets to the root of issues and limits your employer risks.
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