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Our Services

From risk mitigation to HR technology to enhanced HR support, Cello HR offers you what you need to leverage your human resource services for success.

Mitigate Your Risk

Overlooking employment laws & regulations or not following proper protocol can lead to costly litigation and penalties. Our experienced HR consultants can help have the right policies and practices in place to help limit your liability

What Can Cello
Do for Me?

Strategy is at the core of our services. We look to match services with what your business needs from full service HR to payroll and timekeeping, we are here to help. Look to Cello HR for exceptional client support provided with an expertise that is unmatched in the industry for small businesses.


"Never hire someone who knows less than you do about what he's hired to do." - Malcolm Forbes

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Shannon Hensel

Shannon Hensel is the Vice President of Human Resource Solutions at Cello HR. She has a unique background with C-Suite level experience in Human Resources along with multi-state, nationwide and global HR experience. 

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Michael A. Peterson

With nearly 30 years of experience in security consulting, human resources and investigative services, Mike's expertise is in fraud and theft investigations, compliance, security operations, training and executive protection. He has served two Fortune 500 companies as Director of Compliance and Ethics, and Director of Global Investiations Security Services and recovered millions of dollars.

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Will Montgomery

Will has spent over twenty years in workforce management solutions, compliance and background screening.

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HR Tips / Blog

HR Tips

The Cost of a Bad Hire

The true cost of a bad hire includes missed business opportunities, loss of customers, weakened employer brand, loss of productivity and most important - reduced employee engagement.


Answers to Your Frequently Asked Questions About Michigan’s Paid Medical Leave Act

Updated information on the Paid Medical Leave Act that is effective April 1, 2019 in Michigan and will affect companies with 50 or more employees. 


State and federal law requires employers to post labor law notices in the workplace. These mandatory postings include the Federal Minimum Wage, OSHA, FMLA, USERRA and various state specific notices.