Blog & News: HR management
HR departments don’t directly generate profit, yet the outcomes they deliver are consistently monitored and evaluated to help keep companies aligned to their strategic goals. In other words, senior management should to be aware of how well HR departments are doing their jobs, including periodic reviews of their overall effectiveness.
With this idea in mind, HR projects should be scored against measurable outcomes and metrics. The 10 metrics below are easily applicable to any business and provide a foundation for further analysis and strategic planning.
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Among the tens and hundreds of individuals you employ are those who are competent enough to take a managerial positions, those who would be a better fit in the other departments and low-performers who don't manage to fulfill their obligations quite well. In order to identify potential problems with your staff and reveal potential of their growth, numerous performance appraisal techniques are used.
A comprehensive analysis of how people know their job and their personal traits (interpersonal skils, leadership, initiative, etc.) makes a working base for further efficient managerial... [Continue reading...]
Every recruiter’s top priority is to recognize, evaluate, and hire the talent that best fits the specific opening of the company. In their search for high-performing individuals, hiring managers screen hundreds of applicants, analyze their career histories, and schedule interviews. These entire processes take more and more time as the number of potential candidates constantly grows, turning hiring process into quite a costly operation for the company.
There are lots of HR strategies which are used to hire talent and optimize the process of recruitment. Recruitment funnel management... [Continue reading...]
In light of the upcoming holidays, managing leave policies is becoming more important for managers to effectively coordinate. Christmas and New Year’s Day are national holidays; however, your organization may offer other benefits as a part of a broader employee retention strategy – for instance, double pay for those who agree to work on holidays or offering an extra, unpaid day off.
During the holiday rush, managers typically have to process leave requests, calculate absence rates, and evaluate employee performance in addition to their routine tasks. This gets even more complex when... [Continue reading...]
Multiple Internet resources, articles and books are devoted to the matter of personal productivity these days. Lots of guides, applications and tools are offered to individuals who want to take their productivity to the new heights. However, productivity deserves special attention not only on individual level, but also companywide.
Every effective manager and business owner is interested in increasing the output of the staff. When it comes to the methods of managing and improving performance, most of them miss out on such a substantial reserve as time tracking.
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