No one has time to track every HR metric in their business – there are simply too many! Learn what the four key HR metrics are and how to determine which is most important to focus on for your business.
HR is an essential piece of every business. Learn about the crucial role it plays and how even small companies can have a dedicated HR without paying for a full-time employee, saving themselves both time and money.
An Attention and Engagement report conducted in 2020 showed 90% of employees said recognition for their work led them to try harder. Learn how you can create a culture of employee recognition and rewards to start boosting your productivity today.
As organizations begin to plan for employees returning to the office, they should look at their employee location strategy and consider implementing hybrid workplaces. 94 percent of 800 employers surveyed by Mercer (an HR and workplace benefits consulting firm) said that productivity was the same as or higher than it was before the pandemic, even with employees working remotely. Creating a hybrid workforce enables a flexible workforce which increases engagement may be an attractive recruitment marketing tool.
Employers spend a vast amount of time ensuring all items are in place on their COVID-19 checklist. COVID-19 has also been a tremendous adjustment for employees that are working from home and for employers needing to implement a work from home policy while balancing skepticism about whether productivity is sufficient. Take some time to make your employees feel appreciated, it will go a long way to help build a harmonious workplace and reduce mental stress.
What is the role of human resources and how can an HR department help you unlock the potential of your business? Our colleague Denise Kuhn provides an insightful breakdown of the advantages of human resource consultants for business of any size.