What is the ideal employee to HR ratio? How many employees do you need before it’s time to hire an HR person? Both of those are great questions, and they are fairly common, too. I was looking through the TribeHR blog the other day and saw this really cool infographic that explains that information and more. As an HR department of one, I can completely relate to some of this stuff! I’d be curious to hear what some of you might think about the correct staff to HR ratio or how that ratio might impact an organization (for better or worse).Â Here’s more info on how the focus on an HR to employee ratio has gotten out of control.
What’s your employee to HR ratio? Don’t get me started :) Employee to HR Ratio http://t.co/gEGl0bEF via @beneubanks
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@lisarosendahl @beneubanks Mine is 1:1, but only because I’m an HR person who is self employed. Sometimes I have to write myself up. :>)
1 for 60 where I work.
1 (me):140 employees is the ratio where I am – a public high-tech company. Talk about crazy busy!
Couldn’t have said it better. Mine is 2:85. I am an entry-level HR Specialist/Recruiter and my responsibilities were mainly admin support. Employers need to realize the difference and essence of an HR personnel.