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Sarah Chang from HR Kangaroo
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About HR Kangaroo, Inc.

Sarah Chang is a seasoned HR consultant with 15 years in the industry and recently founded HR Kangaroo. After completing her Masters degree, she began her career at Raytheon in recruiting and later joined Grant Thornton for general HR. She eventually parlayed her corporate HR experience to consulting for small businesses building HR departments from the ground up, partnering with CEO’s and leadership teams to develop company policies and programs to comply with federal and state employment law, mitigate legal risk, and help companies build the infrastructure to support exponential growth. She recently founded HR Kangaroo to continue to help small businesses manage their HR programs to apply HR expertise in an easy-to-use platform to create exceptional company cultures.

Sarah Chang is a seasoned HR consultant with 15 years in the industry and recently founded HR Kangaroo. After completing her Masters degree, she began her career at Raytheon in recruiting and later joined Grant Thornton for general HR. She eventually parlayed her corporate HR experience to consulting for small businesses building HR departments from the ground up, partnering with CEO’s and leadership teams to develop company policies and programs to comply with federal and state employment law, mitigate legal risk, and help companies build the infrastructure to support exponential growth. She recently founded HR Kangaroo to continue to help small businesses manage their HR programs to apply HR expertise in an easy-to-use platform to create exceptional company cultures.

About Episode

Even in the 21st century, many businesses would tell you that if they could dramatically improve or transform one aspect of their business, it would be their Human Resources department. Despite the advent of technology, and how it has streamlined business as we know it, for many of us, our HR needs are still struggling to keep up.

Why? Perhaps it is because HR needs can be difficult to predict at times. It is also true that a great many of a business’ tasks and responsibilities fall to HR. It can be difficult than to create a process that allows a company to meet its varied, ongoing demands.

Companies need job placement and workforce solutions relevant to their industry. It shouldn’t be a surprise then the HR software market is expected to grow from USD 6.47 billion in 2017 to USD 9.89 billion by the end of next year. However, the challenge for many businesses is to find software that they can rely on. Where can you turn for this?

Enter HR Kangaroo, which is rapidly building a reputation on offering one of the most comprehensive, flexible HR software solutions currently available.

The more you learn about Sarah Chang, and her contributions to the powerful HR software solution known as HR Kangaroo, the more intrigued you’re going to be.

A human resources consultant, writer, and entrepreneur, Sarah has brought a plethora of unique ideas and values to a wide range of startups and other professional endeavors. Her drive and inventiveness are at the heart of HR Kangaroo, which seeks to become the only Human Resources software solution you are ever going to need.

Sarah has had an extraordinary career thus far, without question. I’m excited to speak with her today about her journey to HR Kangaroo, what this software brings to the table for HR departments, and more!

Resources and Important Links

Sarah Chang – Book: How I Built This

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