HR & Payroll Solutions

HR Consulting

Organize and empower your staff, fueled with knowledge from the Abdo team of HR consultants and advisors.

Human resources regulations, employment laws and best practices seem to be ever-changing. We can help with process assessments, hands-on workshops, and professional development opportunities that bolster your HR staff’s abilities and effectiveness, giving them confidence as you move on a clear path toward your strategic vision.

Abdo Engage Development Series

Leverage the knowledge and experience of legal experts, HR and payroll advisors, and peers within the HR community through our nine-month professional development series.

Each month, virtual large group instruction is paired with focused breakout circles, allowing you to join a group of collaborative professionals with similar organizational challenges in a confidential setting. Between an ongoing online discussion group and detailed resources provided by our HR advisors, you’ll complete the series with knowledge, support, and relationships that you can leverage in your daily HR role for years to come.

Small Business Resources

Our team has developed resources tailored to fit the needs of your small business—and your wallet. With our recruiting resource toolkit and employee handbook workshop, we’ll guide you each step of the way to develop essential tools for growing your business. Use our customizable recruiting templates to attract bright new talent to your business, then ensure that your employee handbook is comprehensive, understandable, and legally compliant.

With our affordable HR resources, we’ll illuminate a brighter path toward growth and expansion for your small business.

Abdo Insights

A behind-the-numbers view of best practices and holistic thinking.

Preparing W-2s? Don’t Forget Fringe Benefits

As the weather takes on a wintry feel here in Minnesota, we’re forced to accept what we’ve been denying for weeks: the end of the year is near. For employers, this means it’s time to think about several tax-related to-dos, including W-2s.

What Every Employer Should Know About Sick Pay

The IRS defines sick pay as an amount paid under a plan to an employee who is unable to work because of sickness or injury. Sick pay may be paid by an employer or a third party, such as an insurance company, and includes both short- and long-term disability benefits.

Abdo expertise

Guiding you to the best way forward

Our experience delivers proactive problem-solving for any challenge.

Leah Davis, CPA

With experience and empathy, Leah develops customized solutions to help employers solve their people challenges.