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Expert HR consulting in Minneapolis & St. Paul

Over the years, I've seen too many companies that ignore ongoing HR issues or settle for temporary fixes. In worst case scenarios, these companies can make the wrong personnel decision entirely. Effective HR decisions are never made by taking a stab in the dark.

I work hard to take the guesswork out of your HR decisions. Bourgon HR Solutions provides affordable yet efficient HR consulting experience and insight on topics such as dealing with difficult employees to creating up-to-date and legally compliant employee handbooks. 

As former Fortune 500 senior executive in the human resources field, it's my mission to assist small and medium sized businesses in efficiently working through their HR and staffing issues.

Our outsourced HR consulting services for small businesses... 

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Mike Bourgon's Latest HR Blog Posts:

Because the laws governing the possession and use of marijuana for medical and recreational purposes are changing, we thought this brief guide might be of use to readers. According to Danielle S. Urban, a partner in the Denver office of Fisher & Phillips LLP, representing employers nationally: Marijuana...Read More
Are you making the right employment considerations under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964? On April 25, 2012, the EEOC issued enforcement guidance on the consideration of arrest and conviction records. The bottom line is that an employer’s use of an individual’s criminal history in making...Read More
Bourgon HR Solutions is proud to announce that HR veteran Michelle Super is now consulting with our clients in the the Twin Cities area. As an HR Consultant for companies in a variety of industries, Michelle has created strategies, procedures and policies to produce a successful HR approach for clients. ...Read More
Reduction in force is the difficult way to reduce staff expense but doing so, can cause employees to file discrimination claims based on characteristics such as race, age, gender, or disability. To avoid such issues, employers need create a plan and follow specific guidelines prior to inducing a reduction in force. ...Read More
Title VII of the Civil Rights Act prohibits employment discrimination “because of such individual’s race, color, religion, sex or national origin.” But in light of Title VII’s broad remedial purpose of ending discrimination in the workplace, courts increasingly have construed this provision to...Read More