Rather than hiring a full-time dedicated HR person or outsourcing the workload, small business are spending roughly $27 billion a year on ad hoc HR management – pulling employees, managers and even business owners away from their primary responsibilities to manage HR.

aHRMs are forced to juggle their “day jobs” with business-critical tasks like payroll, time tracking, employee reviews and benefits – usually with no certified HR training.   Without companies even realizing it, ad hoc HR management may be the culprit for performance issues, job dissatisfaction and poor productivity, adding more to the already-hefty cost.

Download “The Risky Business of Ad hoc HR Management” to learn about the risks of aHRM – and why it may be time to rethink this approach to HR.