The worldwide outbreak of the coronavirus represents a unique challenge to employers – but it should not be considered insurmountable.
For the past several years, there’s been a lot of talk about HR “becoming more strategic.” Company leaders are beginning to seriously appreciate the HR department’s value in helping achieve broad bottom-line goals – looking beyond the basics of personnel management, payroll and benefits administration. But to actually become more strategic, we have to understand..
Let’s look at the subtle differences between the two processes essential to building out the best possible team for your organization.
Developing and maintaining the abilities essential to do well in HR requires fostering a balance of soft and hard skills.
Turning onboarding into an enjoyable experience helps give new staff a solid professional foundation.
Streamlining HR tasks requires savvy data organization, interdepartmental cooperation, strict awareness of compliance issues and the right use of up-to-date technology.
Employee wellness must become a priority for HR managers and company leaders.
With the end of 2019 drawing closer, it’s time to focus on critical HR compliance tasks that have to get done.