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Our team of professionals has over 47 years of Human Resources management experience in various industries throughout the country.


Having a diverse number of consultants allows us to put YOU, our client, first!

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The laws and regulations covering human resources change on a daily basis, and we allow you to focus on your specific business operations, while we manage you human resources needs and objectives.


Every business needs someone to manage hiring, training, salaries, and employee relations. Whether you sell products or services, Strategic HR Solutions, LLC can help your company identify and meet your human resources goals and objectives..

Joe Boone

Proven Results

Ask our clients what made them choose us and you’re likely to get many different answers. There’s one thing they’ll all agree on though; we deliver outstanding results in record time.

Did You Know?

A periodic HR audit can qualify its effectiveness within an organization. HR audits may accomplish a variety of objectives, such as ensuring legal compliance; helping maintain or improve a competitive advantage; establishing efficient documentation and technology practices; and identifying strengths and weaknesses in training, communications and other employment practices.   

Summertime Means Vacation – Is Your Vacation Policy Compliant?

By Joe Boone | June 18, 2018

It’s summertime in the U.S., school’s out, and employees are heading off to visit family, the beach, mountains, national parks, and everywhere else, which means it’s a good time for employers to review their vacation policies and practices. No federal or state laws require U.S. employers to provide employees with any vacation time, either paid…

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Current FMLA Forms Now Expire June 30

By Joe Boone | June 10, 2018

Some employers make tweaks to forms The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) forms expire June 30—not on their original expiration date of May 31—but aren’t likely to change when they’re replaced with new forms, experts say. Employers who customize their own forms aren’t too concerned with the imminent replacement of the current forms, while…

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Firing Allegedly Motivated by Medical Bills

By Joe Boone | June 3, 2018

A court ruled that an employee’s termination for apparently violating an employer’s no-call, no-show policy may have been motivated to free the employer from the significant medical bills of the employee’s son, which arguably would violate the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA). The employee took medical leave from his position at Atlas Industries for…

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Facebook Evidence of Employee’s “Fore” Play Sinks FMLA Claim

By Joe Boone | May 30, 2018

With the news that Tiger Woods will be returning to the Memorial Golf Tournament, which is just a few miles from our Columbus, Ohio office, we thought a golf-related post would be interesting. This post concerns the recent case of Sharrow v. S.C. Johnson & Son, Inc. Case No.: 17-cv-11138 (E.D. Mich. Apr. 12, 2018),…

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Top 10 Ways People Get Revenge at Work

By Joe Boone | May 27, 2018

Revenge. We’ve all heard the sayings: “Revenge is a dish best served cold.” “Success is the best revenge.” “Beware the fury of a patient man.” “We should forgive our enemies, but not before they are hanged.” In the workplace, employees find plenty of ways to get revenge. They spread unflattering rumors about their enemies. They…

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Seasons 52 Settles $2.85M Hiring Discrimination Lawsuit

By Joe Boone | May 23, 2018

EEOC focusing on tough-to-prove age bias against older job seekers Recent high-profile cases alleging bias against older job applicants were based on campus recruiting programs and online recruitment campaigns, new territory for litigation. But the settlement this month between the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and the Seasons 52 restaurant chain indicates that the more…

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Some States Limit Noncompetes, Others Work to Ban Them

By Joe Boone | May 20, 2018

Several states have recently enacted modifications to their respective noncompete laws or have legislation in the pipeline. Most continue the trend of limiting enforceability of noncompetes, which are agreements between an employee and employer where the employee agrees not to enter into competition with the employer following the employee’s termination of employment. A couple of…

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Taking Advantage of Your Summer Break – Revisit, Refresh, and Review

By Joe Boone | May 16, 2018

Handbooks. The mere mention of the company handbook typically sends HR professionals into a furious search for any project other than the company handbook. Sorry, I can’t work on the company handbook, I have to watch the paint dry in my office. For this reason, beyond passing them off during perfunctory onboarding, handbooks typically get…

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Don’t Oversimplify Acknowledgments of Harassment Training

By Joe Boone | May 13, 2018

Signatures of attendance alone are not enough for some employers Employees’ acknowledgments that they’ve attended anti-harassment training should document more than attendance; they should also show that workers understood the training’s contents, some legal experts say. Most employers just get a signature and that’s it. Following the #MeToo movement, we recommend employers consider an acknowledgment…

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Reinstatement after Deployment: An Employer’s Obligation to Reemploy Returning Military Personnel

By Joe Boone | May 6, 2018

Do you employ military personnel? If so, you need to know your obligations regarding reinstatement when your employee returns from military leave. The Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act of 1994 (“USERRA”) governs these situations. Reinstatement under USERRA works differently than reinstatement under the Family and Medical Leave Act or the Americans with Disabilities…

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Larry Reitz, President, Larry Reitz and Associates - Joe and his team at Strategic HR Solutions, LLC provided some much needed leadership training to our management team, and also provided training to them on how to conduct an effective performance review.  I would recommend them to any organization looking for support in the area of Human Resources. (5/17/2017)

Jathan Wright, Clerk-Treasurer, City of Linton, Indiana - Strategic HR Solutions, LLC was recently hired by the city to help develop a new handbook for our city employees. They also helped us establish and modernize policies and procedures for our employees. They are very knowledgeable Human Resources professionals and I would recommend them for any HR project for any company. (7/1/2016)

Amanda Millington, CEO, Pyramid Technology Services - We had the privilege of working with Strategic HR Solutions and their very competent team of professionals in the development and implementation of our employee handbook.  Joe Boone and his team were very instrumental in making sure this was a comprehensive and detailed handbook, and that it was received well by our employees.  We would not hesitate to recommend this company for any human resources needs by any sized company.  (04/26/2016)

Joshua Riggins, Compliance Officer, Farmers and Mechanics Federal Bank - Farmers and Mechanics contracted with Strategic HR Solutions and Joe Boone to help us draft and prepare our Employee Handbook. He assisted us in taking many disorganized policies and placing them into a comprehensive document to help our employees more thoroughly understand their responsibilities and the benefits of working for our institution. Joe was a tremendous asset to have for this project. Without reservation we would recommend HR Solutions for any HR need. (11/19/2015)

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