The Bellino Company

The Bellino Company, LLC is a Human Resources Consulting firm serving a variety of industries in Florida and Texas. Whether it’s with an individual project, interim help, or a long-term affiliation, we can help you.

About Us

“It ain’t what you don’t know that gets you into trouble,

it’s what you know for sure that just ain’t so.”

– from the movie, The Big Short

This is what we do:

  • Audits
  • Give expert HR advice
  • Employee Communications
  • Training
  • Individual coaching
  • Performance Evaluation Systems
  • Workplace Safety
  • Compensation
  • Candidate Screening
  • Hiring to Onboarding to Termination and everything in between

Your medium sized to small company operates fine without Human Resources Representative on the staff. You’ve got an office manager or payroll clerk taking care of payroll, billing, admin and benefits. They hire and fire, they take care of business the way you see fit. You’ve done this for years…. never had a problem. Suddenly, you do.

Or you run a very large company and you have an HR department or at least a professional HR manager. Your HR manager is doing a great job, but the employment law alphabet soup (FMLA, ADAAA, ADEA, I-9s, EEOC, DOL, ICE) has him/her so busy he or she will never get around to updating your employment handbook or job descriptions or the mundane tasks needed. We support your HR department, we don’t take their place. We can fill in the gaps and take on those special projects. We are here to back up your HR department.

Unless there is a specific, immediate need, we can start with an audit of your HR related documents and procedures. This tells us the areas that may pose some legal risk for you. We won’t tell you how to run your business, but we will let you know our findings and how we can help you fix anything if it needs fixing, or give you confidence that what you are doing is completely compliant with employment laws.

Your Professional HR Resource

When you are thinking about making a change that affects employees, or taking an action regarding an employee, give us a call. We’ll have the answer – and let you know if there may be an employment law or regulatory matter that comes into play. A short phone call or a little research first, could save you time and money down the road.

Here are a few of the calls, where the client told me: “I am so glad I called you first”:

“We have the best candidate for the job, he has all the right skills and is so nice. We want to hire him, we have a second interview planned with him but he smells really bad. Makes my eyes water. Is there anything we can do?”

“We have a greeter at our company. She has been with us for many years, but she is nearly 90 years old and we are nervous about her continuing to work here, she may get hurt or something. What should we do?”

“We have such a difficult time filling our main positions, because it is hot and dirty work and though it pays very well, young people today don’t seem to want to become apprentices, do you have any ideas?”

“I have a new employee who has shown up with a dog at the office this morning and he claims that this is his service dog. This dog is going to make me lose customers, either he leaves the dog at home or I am going to fire him, can you come out and fire him for me?”

“We have an employee who has told us she has received a dirty picture of a coworker on her cellphone and she is very freaked out, emotionally upset. What do we do now?”

“I am getting complaints from female employees about one of our managers staring at them. Should I tell them to just ignore it?”