Summary: Honestly, I don’t know how to summarise this one. I guess it’s a song for all the unsung HR managers out there. Thank you for all you do.Compensation
Gen-Z might seem like a scary alien invasion but turns out they’re probably a good barometer for changing workforce requirements. So, here’s how HR managers can keep everyone happy without breaking (too much) of a sweat.
The stigma surrounding poor mental health doesn’t exist because mental health problems are rare. It only exists because the meritocracy of workplace society, and all western society, has historically dictated that it’s not worth talking about. But that’s changing and it’s changing very fast. And the people profession will be in the driving seat of the mental health express.
How can the people profession move towards a human-centric approach, which balances ethical practices of wellbeing and reconciliation, but also meets the legal obligations of their employer? What are the best ways to handle workplace conflict, when it’s no longer just an operational process?
The pandemic forced us to transform face-to-face teams into remote ones – which took some getting used to. Now that the dust has settled, here are some of the HR best practices and technology that are now driving effective performance within typical post-pandemic remote teams.
Since the pandemic, HR software has become the digital home of the workforce. So, instead of asking what your home says about you, we’re asking what does your HR software say about you? And how can you make sure that it’s a good brand ambassador?
Talent shortages have intensified over the previous two years, forcing HR teams to innovate and find even more new ways to attract talent into their organisations. Here are four great ideas you may not have considered.
The people profession is about effectively managing and developing all the people who make up a workforce. HR means human resources. So why do so many HR software solutions still prioritise the traditional full-time employee over every other human? It’s because it’s easy to build a restrictive system. Not because it’s right. But we fixed that for you… you’re welcome.
To keep things running smoothly and nurture a supportive culture that encourages people to take their leave, HR professionals must build an efficient and effective holiday management system. To help you get started, here’s our 10-step ladder to holiday management heaven.
Legacy HR systems always seem to let you down at the worst possible time, don’t they? Crashing out on a Monday morning at 9 AM, just when you need them the most. But it shouldn’t be that way. An HR system should be as reliable and loyal as “Dick” Winters (Band of Brothers) … What can I say? We’ve got a war theme going on today.