Employee Management

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How to build and manage your newly found remote workforce

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In a world that is currently carrying an enormous weight of uncertainty, one workplace trend couldn’t be ever more present. Due to the response to COVID-19, a large majority of organisations have asked their employees to work remotely with 67% of companies offering some form of work-from-home options. This abrupt change has had many HR professionals working frantically against the clock to introduce a whole heap of new policies and procedures. Coupled with the fact, many HR experts predicting that home working will become even more common in a post-coronavirus economy, it’s vital HR continues to evolve their remote working…

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The true cost of failed hires

The true cost of failed hires

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One of the biggest challenges that continue to haunt many organisations, is the prospect of finding a suitable employee with a driven attitude for success and energy that provides value to the business’ culture.  With this in mind, it will come as no surprise to learn that 46% of all new hires are deemed failures by the time they reach their 18-month milestone. Is this starting to ring any bells?  But even this statistic fails to put into words the impact a poor hire can have on an organisation. The Recruitment & Employment Confederation (REC) outlined that more than a…

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How HR Software can transform your employee experience

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There’s no question that employees are the heartbeat and backbone of every successful company, so it’s imperative to create a culture that allows your people to feel and perform their best each day. Despite this being a goal for many HR departments, only 53% of employees globally report feeling engaged at work. This number is undoubtedly concerning when you consider that highly engaged employees are 87% less likely to leave their company than their less engaged counterparts. Constructing a positive employee experience is no easy feat; there’s a lot to consider, from learning and development opportunities and employee wellness to a…

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4 ways to optimise performance management

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In today’s modern workplace, HR professionals are eager to enhance their performance management strategy to be the key driver for business’ success. After all, a strategy which incorporates the right elements can directly correlate with the productivity of the workforce and most importantly, the profitability of the organisation.  Despite these positive intentions, more than half of managers (58% to be exact) dislike their own company’s performance management process and would give it a grade of C or less. Taking this into account, here are 4 ways to optimise your performance management strategy. Reshape traditional performance reviews Out with the old…

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Having difficult conversations at work: how HR can help

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All managers will face conversations with their team members that they expect to be difficult at some stage in their career. These might include addressing poor performance with an employee, investigating reports of workplace bullying or inappropriate behaviour, discussing sensitive personal issues or informing an employee that their position is at risk of redundancy. In any walk of life, having a difficult conversation with someone can feel daunting and it is easy to think that not broaching the subject at all will make it ‘go away’ or resolve itself without the need for a frank conversation at all. When in…

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