HR Survival Guide: The Top 6 Small Business Mistakes
12/13/2023 EST • Workshop Room 2
Join us for an eye-opening HR Survival Guide: The Top 6 Small Business Mistakes, with Marisa Eckberg. In her engaging presentation, Marisa unveils the top HR pitfalls that can spell disaster for your business and, more importantly, how to avoid them.
From the high cost of bad hires to the hefty penalties of non-compliance with employment laws and the financial burden of employee turnover, these pitfalls are anything but trivial. Discover practical solutions to these challenges, from creating a solid hiring strategy to ensuring accurate documentation, and from updating employee handbooks to involving HR professionals in terminations.
Our mission is clear: to empower your business for success while lifting the weight of HR operations off your shoulders. At Grey Owl HR, we're dedicated to enhancing every aspect of your enterprise, ensuring maximum productivity, efficiency, and unwavering compliance. Don't miss this opportunity to unlock the potential of your business!
Marisa Eckberg is a seasoned HR professional with nearly two decades of experience managing a full spectrum of HR programs, services and functions. Marisa has supported countless small businesses spanning various industries, including healthcare, property management, hospitality, retail, restaurant and call centers, to name a few. She's not just an expert—she's the Founder and CEO of Grey Owl HR, recently voted Best HR Company in all of Denton County for 2023.
Marisa thrives as a trusted business leader, partner and consultant, passionate about employee relations, recr
Marisa thrives as a trusted business leader, partner and consultant, passionate about employee relations, recruitment and retention, onboarding programs, compensation planning, learning and development, engagement, recognition, organizational culture, leadership, and compliance. Armed with a BBA in Human Resource Management and Organizational Behavior from the University of North Texas, she also holds certifications from both the Human Resources Certification Institute (PHR) and the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM-CP).
When not immersed in educating clients on proper documentation, handbook editing, compensation strategies, investigations, or the labyrinth of employment laws, you'll find Marisa on the sidelines cheering on her son's football, and lacrosse teams, running the dugout and the walk-up songs at her daughter's softball games, trying to figure out how to speak "teenager", or questing for her next round of caffeine.