A good map is the only tool you need when lost and given HR’s perpetual ‘lost’ state with regard to its people, it should come as no surprise that a good map would come to the rescue in this case as well. There is of course much art involved in drawing the right map, which is precisely the raison d'etre of this blog.
With staffing levels expected to rise almost 20 percent in 2015, the job market is looking hot for candidates and busy for HR. Many companies are bringing in new candidates at higher rates this year, and your current ...Read more
As workplaces become more complex, the role of the human resources department has evolved from a tactical to a strategic one. No longer tasked with only ensuring compliance, today’s HR has a seat at the executive table, with CHROs being ...Read more
This document is a customizable, step-by-step presentation to communicate strategic objectives and define which resources and capabilities are required for execution.Read more
Ironic, isn’t it? That the review process designed to help companies increase their employees’ performance doesn’t often receive a performance review itself? Performance reviews stick around and fail to improve ...Read more
As the workforce evolves, the world of HR continues to evolve along with it. New challenges, like the multigenerational workforce, a competitive job market for skilled labor, and fair pay legislation are coming up in companies of all sizes and in all industries. And these challenges have made it more difficult than ever to engage and retain top performers.
As a midsize organization, choosing the right HCM system is not a simple or easy task. Quite often enough companies will select systems based on the need to solve their current HCM challenges. However, as their business grows and changes over ...Read more