Even if you have your own HR budget which you can use to invest in new tech, to introduce a successful change, you first need to gain complete executive buy-in.
Much like creating a recruitment process, selecting a new performance management tool requires a mapped out process with clear expectations and deadlines. Creating a plan will ensure you stay on track, ask the right questions and select the best possible option for your organization.
When selecting a performance management system, the difficult part is choosing one which is right for your organization’s size, culture and needs. Creating a project brief allows you to define your objectives, scope, requirements, budget, key stakeholders and a well-thought out timeline before going into these conversations.
Today’s HR innovators don’t take any process, institution or practice for granted. The only way to discover what truly works best is to put yourself into the shoes of the people who work and run your organization and open your mindset to new possibilities.
Traditional top down annual reviews were created for static teams in which managers, peers and reports stay the same and an individual’s year long performance is assessed. The challenge for HR will be to redesign performance appraisals so they can fit these new types of teams.
At this game changing moment, HR leaders need to open their mindsets to new ways of designing processes to create a totally customized and unique experience. The great thing is you won’t have to leave your organization to acquire the new skills you need. Here are five things you can learn from other departments:
As HR takes on a more strategic role in the new organization, it’s necessary to look back and take stock so that we can begin to root out obsolete practices and redesign them to fit this new reality. We’ve come up with a list of the five most important trends that will impact HR in 2017 to help you get started.
Employees simply did not feel that their concerns were being heard. What’s more, the annual review process focused on forced rankings instead of on overall development and growth.
With 2017 upon us, the planning for the new year begins. We’ve compiled a list of the best HR events in Europe in the first half of 2017.
From meetups to conferences to summits, here’s the breakdown of all things HR that you just can’t miss over the coming months.
Want to get more out of your employee engagement surveys? Find out how companies (particularly Google) are using them to improve their employee experience.
Now that your company has started giving more frequent feedback, you may be wondering how this new system will impact the way you handle promotions and pay.
With online courses, podcasts and new tech tools giving employees more ownership over their professional development, what role should HR now play in learning & development?
How do you measure engagement or the effect of a training program? People analytics is providing new answers. Here are four ways it can help your HR department.