Are you managing your greatest asset or is it managing you?

Three of the greatest organizational problems are

 

Employee turnover

First - stop the bleeding!

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Chronically open positions

The cost of constantly recruiting

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Skills gap

The cost of not having the right skills

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These three problems cost you a lot of money every year. They also cost you a lot of growth opportunities 

Solutions based in fundamental management principles

People Profits has developed proactive strategies, systems and processes
Proprietary systems and processes used successfully in multiple industries over decades
Solutions implemented and easy to grasp by your employees
Solutions tailored for your organization and your issues

 

Root causes do not magically get better

Root causes must be identified and separated from symptoms

Root causes only get worse with time

Strategies, systems and processes must be developed implemented and applied the deepest part of the root

Benefits of controlling your Employee Turnover

  • Control of your workforce
  • Poised for organizational growth
  • Reduced costs of turnover
  • Realignment of organizational priorities  

“I am a finance guy who was thrown into Workforce Management 32 years ago. My CEO saw me as a problem solver. We had problems with employee turnover, chronically open positions and skills gap. If they were not addressed successfully, we were going to go out of business. I love solving problems!”

Clark Ingram, Founder and President of People Profits, LLC

 

When can People Profits help?

  • When your employee turnover is affecting your business operations and potential growth

  • When the cost is not sustainable

  • What you are currently doing is not significantly reducing your turnover

Sustainability of results

  • Elimination of root causes leads to sustainability

  • Strategies, systems and processes guarantee sustainability

  • On-going review of organizational changes allow for future minor adjustments

How does it work?

People are selling you products that treat symptoms – not root causes 
These products will NOT reduce your employee turnover – just increase costs 
You need someone who can identify and eliminate your root causes

Industries served

  • B2B Service
  • Manufacturing
  • Healthcare
  • Oil and Gas
  • Construction

How to engage People Profits, LLC

  • Phone
    Call People Profits set a FREE 30 minute appointment we will need some basic information
  • Analysis
    We will deliver a FREE Root Cause Analysis including the cost of your current turnover and a Plan of Action
  • Piggy Bank
    We begin work with a focus on the greatest impact in the shortest period of time

Bollig: HR as a profit center? One exec says it’s possible

By: Jake Bollig February 19, 2015 0

 

As I travel across the great state of Oklahoma, I keep my eyes and ears open for new ways of thinking and new tools that can help drive business. When I come across an innovative person or company I do my best to learn their methodology so that I can share it with others.

I recently sat down with Clark Ingram, the Founder of People Profits, a firm dedicated to redesigning human capital strategies. Clark is on a crusade to redefine how human resources should be handled.

First, I had to learn more about why he thinks his strategy is any different than the strategies that already exist.
My expectations were pretty low going into the interview, but he sparked my attention with his first statement.
“I want you to know that I look at HR from the financial side,” he said. “I use numbers and I talk numbers. Human capital is a great asset and should be a profit center, not a cost center.”
Instead of using common HR terms such as culture, diversity, talent analytics and workforce planning, he speaks of increased revenues, net profits and productivity.

I learned that he has spent over 25 years in the human resources field, has an MBA and is financially focused. It is a unique combination, but I still needed to know more before I was convinced that this is a game-changer.

He opened up about a proprietary process that he calls 3-for-4. The essence of his strategy is how he implements tools to make the financial burden of four employees equivalent to three. He does a much better job of explaining the process, and it appears to have some validity.

I asked Clark if he really thinks he can change the game and he told me a story.

“Many years ago, when the automobile first came out, a belief existed that if you went over 35 miles per hour in a car then you would die,” he said. “The thought was that the body simply couldn’t handle that speed. And right now businesses think that you can’t make human resources a profit center.”

Will People Profits change the way that businesses handle HR? I don’t know, but it might be worth sitting down with Clark for a cup of coffee to find out.

Read more: http://journalrecord.com/2015/02/19/bollig-hr-as-a-profit-center-one-exec-says-its-possible-opinio/#ixzz3SEIkKrBF

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Call today to learn why organizations who are serious about solving their employee turnover, chronically open positions and skills gap problems turn to

People Profits, LLC

 

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