As a Human Relations professional, how are your soft skills? Fundamental HR skills include planning, multitasking and a strong business sense. Also, required is a firm grasp of the latest trends in employee relations and legal regulations. However, that is simply not enough to succeed!
Every generation of workers has traits which set them apart from the previous wave of employees. Members of Generation Y—those born between 1980 and the early 2000’s—are no different. As more “Gen Y’ers” begin to enter the workforce, as interns and employees, it is wise for human resources experts to understand what makes them tick.Continue reading “Hiring Tips for Generation Y”
Are employees blocking your efforts to get customers? For more than one-third of companies, human resources are a serious problem with integration of customer intelligence practices. According to a review by Forrester Research, 37 percent of companies are finding it difficult to find staff to manage the adoption of customer analytics. The same survey found thatContinue reading “Employees Standing In the Way?”
Maintaining a corporate network used to be reserved for only the big guys—organizations with resources for licensing expensive software. Small-to-medium businesses could simply not afford to participate. With the cloud, those days are gone!
There is one thing no company can afford—a lousy hire. It does not have to be that way.For most companies, inadequate recruitment through unsound practices is thought to be an unfortunate fact of life. Consider the steps needed to fill an office vacancy. Often the hiring process goes like this: