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Human Capital

Human Capital is the measure of the economic value of an employee’s skill set or the collection of knowledge, skills, habits, social and personality traits, talents, experience, and intelligence that an individual possesses and the ability to perform labor to produce economic value. It is easy to understand why many of these components get overlooked and underdeveloped in busy company settings. Successful employers recognize the value that each of these pieces play and takes into consideration the importance and strategies employers need to implement to increase each employee’s overall Human Capital value.


Organization extends deep into the roots of a successful HR departments and is a driving force in the success of a company. Assisting with Personnel File Audits, I-9 Compliance, EEO-1 Filing/Affirmative Action Programs, Federal and State Posting Requirements, Workers’ Compensation Administration, Unemployment Insurance Administration, Personnel Forms Development, and company Organizational Charts are a variety of services that many times are overlooked without an HR department. Outsourcing these services is an effective solution when companies don’t require a full-time HR professional.


A company’s culture is the values and practices shared by the members of the group and most importantly, it can make or break your company. Each individual member of the team brings their own values and practices to the company and with every coming and going, a company’s culture will experience a shift – the magnitude of which depends on how strong the core culture is. There are a few significant points that can help strengthen your company culture, regardless of which employees come and go.


Employee engagement is a workplace approach designed to ensure that employees are motivated to contribute to a company’s organizational success. Higher employee engagement leads to higher levels of employee commitment to their company’s goals and values and generally leads to lower absenteeism, increased productivity and a positively influence on the overall company culture.

Generational Differences

Every company today is facing a generational shift. For the first time in today’s society, 6 different and unique generations are coexisting together, 4 of which are working and interacting every single day. Each generation brings along with them different beliefs, attitudes, and experiences. With a 40-year gap in age between employees, employers must better understand their traditionalists, baby boomer, generation Xers, and millennial workers that creates a welcoming environment to avoid the risk losing top talent. At AristaPoint we address this generational gap from an employee viewpoint analyzing a generation’s unique experience and creating a solution that is based on improved communication, orientation, discipline, environment, and success. With this employee centric approach employers can retain talent and provide a workplace that not only has great employer benefits but that understands each generation of employee entering the market.

Leadership Development

Leadership development programs encourage development of employees at all management levels so they can learn the skills necessary to become better and more efficient leaders. A well-trained manager can be the difference maker in running a successful company and time after time managers are not prepared for unpredicted changes in the marketplace. As an employer you want leaders your employees can grow and develop around every single day. With professional HR guidance, employees go through workshops and training that is tailored to their skills and attributes. Leaders aren’t just made but with the right resources are grown.

Employment Forms

There are number of forms required for employment. Most of these forms fall under Federal regulations and are required to be completed prior to an employee’s third day on the job. These forms range from documentation of employment eligibility verification to information about an individual’s tax status. Employers can now keep track of and manage these forms and other HR employee forms with online HRIS data features you can outsource to integrate into currect systems.


HRIS (Human Resource Information System) is the intersection of human resources and information technology through software, providing an electronic platform where human resources activities occur.

HRIS can be viewed as a system for businesses big and small to house the data and records related to human resources. This includes form management, and compensation data. HRIS systems allow a company to plan its human capital and reduce the administrative burden and cost of employment compliance.

HR Services

HR Services is a suite of tools, resources and HR solutions provided by our endorsed partners. In today’s healthcare reform environment, new regulations are affecting employment beyond employee benefits and healthcare coverage. It is important for businesses to meet these challenges with a trusted partner to provide guidance and assistance within the function of the human resource department.

HR Services are available to member groups of all sizes. Scalable HR services allow you to meet your HR needs at all levels providing you more time to focus on growing your business.


Onboarding new hires can be a timely and costly endeavor, but it is a key piece of an employee’s early success in a company. From the initial welcome all the way through job understanding and expectations, human resources paperwork, and ramp up onboarding should be the beginning of successful hiring and employee retention. Onboarding is where companies integrate new hires into the culture and is the first step in supporting employee engagement and production.


Recruiting plays a vital role in the success of a company because it is the foundation of a strong and efficient workforce. Candidates are vetted and interviewed by recruiters and are then assessed on their skill set as well as the potential for a cultural match. Let AristaPoint manage the timely aspects of recruiting, so that you are able to focus on how to physically (and financially) grow your company.