FFCRA Review On March 19, 2020, President Trump signed into law The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) that will remain effective
Is Smart HR a fit for your organization?
Smart HR provides expert HR management and customized HR solutions to organizations based in the DC metro area that have between 10 and 150 employees.
Our consultants are an active and visible part of our clients’ management teams. We have been able to attract and retain top HR talent by offering flexible work arrangements to our Consultants.
Smart HR provides organizations with high-end HR management and expertise that generally costs 50% less than maintaining an in-house HR department.
Smart HR has served the role of trusted advisor to our organization. The knowledge and the insight of Smart HR has exceeded our expectations.
Karen Torres, President & CEORonald McDonald House Charities - Washington, DC
Smart HR is serving a much needed niche in the human resource management field. This is especially true for smaller employers where effective HR management is critical...
Michael Losey, President & CEO (Retired)Society for Human Resource Management
Commitment and professionalism set Smart HR apart from others in the industry. They are a first-class organization
Steven Peterson, COOMarine Corps Scholarship Foundation
Smart HR has been a key partner for over six years. We have been working with the same consultant for many years! Smart HR has been a great value…they have provided expert HR advice for much less than hiring a full-time HR Director.
Deb Talley, CFOPineRock Productions
Message from the President
Smart HR, founded in 2001, has been providing high value HR Outsourcing solutions to business and not-for-profit organizations for over 10 years. Our programs are designed to offer complete HR support to organizations in the Washington, DC metro area. Our clients generally have between 10 and 150 employees. We offer high-level HR expertise to create programs that typically cost 50% less than hiring an internal HR department. Solutions are customized based on the goals and needs of each clientRead More
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