Human Capital Strategy

Structural workforce design for optimal performance at all stages in a company's growth

HR strategy plays a crucial role in ensuring that the organization’s human resources are aligned with its business goals, and that HR practices contribute to the overall success and sustainability of the organization.
  • Aligning HR practices and talent initiatives with the overall business strategy of the organization
  • Advising CEOs of growing businesses on organizational structure.
  • Facilitating smooth transitions and mitigating potential disruptions through effective Change Management for organizations undergoing significant changes such as mergers, acquisitions, or restructuring.
  • Maximizing labor costs with performance data and analytics to drive continuous improvement.



  • Recommended and implemented organizational design changes to maximize effective leadership and outcomes, primarily through role clarification.
  • Defined Human Capital for a growing early-stage company for components such as culture, compensation, leadership development, and belonging.
  • Seamlessly completed multiple voluntary reductions resulting in hundreds of employee voluntarily exiting and millions in annual savings
  • Recommended changes to reporting lines, departmental structures and roles to improve effectiveness, efficiency, and collaboration.
5 Ways to Measure Employee Satisfaction in the Financial Services Sector
Deanna deBara
August 11, 2022
When it comes to Human Resources in financial services, there are few areas more important than employee experience. Ensuring that your employees are engaged with their work, satisfied with their jobs, and having a positive overall experience with your organizations plays a crucial role in everything from company culture to employee retention to employee performance. And with so many financial employees leaving their jobs (according to data from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), in April 2022, 249,000 people left their jobs in the financial sector), keeping your employees engaged and satisfied is more important than ever.    

Employee Retention: Understanding The Enigma Of 2022
Knowledge Ridge
August 10, 2022
Engagement and retention are discussed now more than ever but remain an enigma for many organizations. The pandemic was a catalyst for discussions of how to engage employees creatively while companies quickly adapted to remote work. Companies are immersed in a season of challenges as we navigate competing priorities, loyalties, and commitments.    

How Employers Benefit From Offering Unlimited Paid Time Off
Arianne Cohen
August 9, 2022
“For executives, usually an assistant sends the information to someone in HR, and then to someone in accounting,” says Erika Duncan, co-founder of People on Point, an HR consultant…This eats up resources. “You’ve just lost man hours, increased labor costs, and increased workloads,” Duncan says.    

The Great Middle Management Migration: Why Leaders Need to Act Now for Retention
Lindsey Galloway
July 21, 2022
  “During the pandemic, middle managers had to learn to lead and communicate virtually. They had to motivate candidates to come into the office (even if getting paid more at home) and current employees to stay (even if new hires are making more than those with experience). And they had to manage both customers experiencing adverse effects and leaders expecting results,” says Chief Member Erika Duncan, Co-Founder and human capital advisor for People on Point.