At Human Resources Advisors of Colorado, we have a long tradition of breaking new ground. A clear set of principles and corporate values have allowed us to readily adapt to changes in the market without sacrificing the quality or integrity of our work. Since our founding, this has been our recipe for success.

 

Human Resources Advisors of Colorado is guided by these core principles:

 

 

Simplify

Focus

Trust 



 

These are more than words; they are action verbs … the way we interact with our clients, associates, suppliers and communities … and an important part of the service we offer our clients.

 

Simplify

 

This is the art  of leading … perhaps the art of successful living as well. As businesses,  organizations and people we are surrounded by complexity. Few organizations  ever set out to become complex, but they do become complex for a variety of  reasons. Sometimes it is a result of building what we believe are shortcuts  into our language … extensive use of acronyms, for example … that may seem innocuous to the long-time insider to the business but daunting to the newcomer. In the world of human resources, complexity often develops around compensation and benefit systems, complaint resolution systems or attendance programs. Organizations frequently "automate" or "outsource" to avoid the headaches of complexity. This results in unnecessarily costly human resources and payroll systems, costly contracts with benefit providers, poor vendor relationships and deteriorating employee relations.

 

Focus



 

Focus is the art of getting things done. Mark Twain said, "The secret of getting ahead is getting started. The secret of getting started is breaking your complex overwhelming tasks into small manageable tasks, and getting started on the first one." In real life, we often overlook this simple truth.

 

Trust

 

Mutual trust is the foundation of successful relationships. Trust is developed by practicing ethical behaviors, sharing successes as well as failures and communicating in an active, open and honest way. Most leaders know that trust is essential to good customer and employee relations, but sometimes overlook one or more of their other constituencies … their suppliers or the communities in which they operate. The principals and associates at Human Resources Advisors of Colorado support these principles.