ATA Employment Solutions is proud to announce that COO Traci Tyler, sHRBP, LDSS has earned the Boomer Certified Consultant credential. The Boomer Certified Consultant Training is a workshop and project-based certification program that reflects Traci’s commitment to clients and demonstrates her expertise to deliver consulting, forecasting, and strategy services that help clients solve problems and achieve their goals. If you are interested in learning how Traci’s new credential can benefit your business, feel free to contact her via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or
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When looking at the individuals in your company, their roles will fall into one of four categories: critical, core, supporting or misaligned. Let’s look at each of these in detail to assist you in mapping out responsibilities. Click here to watch the video! Utilize this flowchart to discover where you are in the process of succession planning. This chart includes links to in-depth videos about succession planning. For more information about leadership succession, contact ATA Employment Solutions.
Although more than 30% of family-owned businesses transition successfully to the second generation, just 12% of those businesses are viable for the third generation, and a mere 3% are operating by the fourth generation, according to Family Business Review. This video series explores practical ways to think outside the box when planning the future of your business such as outsourcing employee functions and creating a strategic succession plan. Click here to watch the video! Request a
Union City, Tenn. — Accounting firm Alexander Thompson Arnold PLLC (ATA) recently announced an acquisition of Center Point Business Solutions. Center Point will become a full-service Professional Employer Organization (PEO) known as ATA Employment Solutions (ATAES), effective Jan. 1, 2021. “We are excited for Center Point to join our Family of Firms,” said ATA managing partner, John Whybrew. “This acquisition provides so many benefits for both companies and their client bases.” Center Point Business Solutions is
ATA Employment Solutions is pleased to introduce Natasha Pennington as our newest Client Manager. Natasha is a certified SHRM Professional and has a Master of Science Degree in Human Resources as well as a Graduate Certificate in Organizational Leadership & Human Resources Management. Natasha grew up in California on a 1.5 acre lot on a mini farm with chickens, turkeys, ducks, dogs, pigs, and horses. Natasha’s husband, Russell, proposed to her in Tennessee while they were
Drug testing simply put, is a part of life for millions of people and organizations. But not all drug tests are created equally. One of the most frequent questions we get from employers is “Do you offer instant drug testing?” It is always our intent to be transparent with our clients so while we can and will instant test if the employer insists, it is not a standard service that we actively promote. Even realizing the
Budget cuts are a necessity for any successful business; however, when making these cuts, don’t be penny wise and pound foolish by cutting too much of your training budget. As technologies and best practices change, employees need to be trained and sometimes refreshed on key topics. Sometimes tenured employees are promoted to management but they fail miserably because they lack the management experience and training. There are several key benefits of training employees: Increased productivity: W’with
While we wish we had a nickel for every time someone asked that question, we’re always happy to oblige because we get excited telling our story. Much to everyone’s surprise, ATA Employment Solutions is a professional employer organization (PEO) specializing in permanent, full-time employment for our client employers. Client employers are our customers who utilize our services either in a “full-service” capacity or ala carte in which case they may only rely on us for recruiting
“That’s not my job.” Have you ever heard someone say that? The reality though, is if employers provide a thorough job description to each of their employees then it eliminates the surprise or frustration created by unclear expectations between the employee and their supervisor. Job descriptions are essential tools in hiring, evaluating, and even terminating employees. A well-written job description will provide a clearly communicated understanding to all parties of the job duties and skills needed