Today’s business environment is fast-paced, dynamic, and diverse, and businesses do not want to be burdened with unnecessary bureaucratic work and regulations. However, failing to have HR in place for your business may be setting yourself up for failure in the future.

HR is a critical business function that helps companies succeed in hiring employees, keeping them engaged, and supporting their growth and development.

HR is critical in helping you shape your company culture, employee engagement, stay in compliance all while improving your bottom-line results.

Not convinced you need HR? Take a look at these statistics:

  • EEOC in 2020 secured $439.2 million for victims of discrimination. Retaliation remained the most frequently cited claim in charges filed —followed by disability, race, and sex.

  • Employment lawsuits have increased 400% in the last 20 years.

What are some common issues you may face?

  • Form I-9. New employees must complete this form, verifying that they are legally allowed to work in the U.S. on the first day of employment. You must complete the employer section of the I-9 form within three days of the employee’s start of work at your company. Failing to complete the I-9 form or employing someone who is not permitted to work in the U.S. can result in fines.
  • Affordable Care Act (ACA). A business that is considered an applicable large employer (“ALE”) may be subject to ACA-related penalties if it fails to offer affordable coverage that provides at least minimum value to one or more of its full-time employees and at least one full-time employee receives a federal premium subsidy for marketplace coverage. There are other regulations that carry penalties for non-compliance if the coverage does not meet certain mandates.
  • COBRA. Companies with more than 20 employees are required to meet certain notice requirements and offer COBRA continuation coverage for employees and their dependents for certain events that trigger termination of coverage.
  • Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). There are steep penalties for discrimination in hiring based on disabilities, and for lack of accessibility in your workplace.
  • Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). If you violate minimum wage, overtime pay, child labor standards, or recordkeeping guidelines in the FLSA, you are liable for payback and potential fines.

Human Resources business compliance is complicated; however, it doesn’t have to be.

We are here to help as Our Vision is “To Do HR, So You Don’t Have To.”

Instant HR offers an Unfiltered HR Partner from as low as $75/month plus a one-time set-up fee and you’ll get the following:

  • Unfiltered HR Partner
  • Unlimited Email, Chat, and Phone Support
  • Compliant Hire to Retire Policy Templates
  • Performance Coaching Support
  • Separation Assistance
  • Reduction in Your Costs
  • Streamlined Processes
  • Efficiency Gained
  • More Time Spent on Revenue Generating Activities
  • And lastly, “We do HR, so you don’t have to!”

Take a look at our plans and flat pricing, No Contracts:

Emerging Business

1-4 Employees


(w/o a la carte options)


(one-time setup fee)

Prospering Business

5-25 Employees


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(one-time setup fee)

Thriving Business

6-26 Employees


(w/o a la carte options)


(one-time setup fee)

Booming Business

51-75 Employees


(w/o a la carte options)


(one-time setup fee)

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