Piles of paper, shelves full of folders, mountains of photocopies, filing cabinets that no one can ever seem to find the keys for when they need them. If this sounds like your HR Department, read on as we explain why you need to start moving with the times!
Strategies & Systems
Ideas for developing more effective and efficient strategies and systems within your HR department and organisation.
If your people aren’t engaged with your company and the work they’re doing, not only are they not being productive (on your time and money!) but they’re probably not going to stick around for long either. Here's how to tell if your new hire strategy works.
If you’re part of a small Human Resources team (maybe you’re even flying solo) you probably consider yourself a champion plate spinner. There’s so many facets to HR that staying on top of everything can be a challenge even for big departments. So how do you cope when there’s only one or two of you?
Losing staff is often stressful. It’s also expensive for the business with some studies estimating that the cost of replacing an employee can be as much as six to nine months of their salary. So what can be done to minimise the risk of employees quitting on you and your bank account taking the blow?
It’s no longer enough to post job ads for ‘rock star designers’ or ‘ninja programmers’ to fill vacancies as they arise. To stay ahead of the competition and nab truly great potential employees, you must ensure you have access to a pool of skilled people. And that means creating a talent pipeline.