As rocket engineer Wernher von Braun said “we can beat gravity, but sometimes the paperwork is overwhelming.” If rocket scientists can get overwhelmed by paperwork, so can your human resource staff. A big part of the human resource team’s job is to collect and track all kinds of paperwork relating to the company’s procedures and business. Here’s how efficient HR departments are transitioning to digital data storage models.
In life and in business there are constant trends. But how many of those trends actually affect our lives long term? Most of them come and go, leaving only a humorous (or embarrassing) memory to recount to the incredulous generations to come. However, sometimes true innovation is disguised as a trend. The difference being, true innovations don’t go away. The HR field is no different. There are numerous trends which have come and gone. However, there’s a growing trend in HR circles which is beginning to feel a lot more like true innovation: single platform systems. Here are three reasons single platform systems are around to stay. READ MORE Single Platform HR Software: A Trend or Innovation?
Human Resources is often viewed as the department that hands out safety manuals and fields the harassment complaints. But as an HR manager, your job is much more complicated than that. In many ways, you are an advocate for both the employee and the employer. This puts you in a unique situation to have one of the most comprehensive views of the company. One of the keys to a good company is a high level of productivity. Here’s how the HR team can help build the foundation of productivity.
Time management is often one of the most difficult skills to master, regardless of your role. When you’re tasked with managing a staff and organizing the functions of a business, however, you not only have to manage your time, but you must also ensure that your team has access to the resources it needs in order to deliver quality products and services in a timely fashion. This, of course, is especially trying for management experiencing the early stages of business growth, as it is expected to do more with fewer resources.
Topics: HR Time Management