Dianne Wilson and Brett Wilkinson, CPA were recently featured in the Montgomery Business Journal’s Content Expert feature for the contribution of their article, “How Human Resources Can Boost Your Company’s Bottom Line.” The Content Expert segment highlights professionals from the River Region as they discuss current business topics and trends.
In this feature, Dianne and Brett focus on how to tackle the nuances of human resources in a way that brings value and a greater return to your business—from training and retaining the right employees to developing and maintaining a well-rounded employee benefit plan and implementing internal controls to reduce risk. Dianne and Brett recommended having the proper support from an external HR consultant and a knowledgeable 401k auditor to help your company with HR-related decisions and avoid costly plan mistakes.
Dianne said, “HR policies and procedures effect every part of your business. What you put into place today determines where your company will be in five years. What HR decisions are you making? How can you boost your company’s bottom line through HR policies? Are your 401k benefits compliant with DOL requirements and do they attract the right talent? Things are changing fast and having the right partner on hand to help you navigate the best solutions for your company can make all the difference.”
Dianne Wilson is an HR Consulting Manager for Warren Averett Workplace with over 30 years of Human Resources experience. Brett Wilkinson is a Member of the Firm with over 30 years of experience in employee benefit plan audits. He serves as the leader of the Montgomery office’s Employee Benefit Plan audit practice.
As a Firm, Warren Averett has a great bench strength when it comes to HR Solutions. Our Employee Benefit Plan audit practice serves some of the largest clients in the Southeast, and the Warren Averett Workplace team, dispersed throughout the Firm, is dedicated to providing clients with the tools needed to train and maintain their top talent while developing procedures that bring value.
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