The life of a human resources (HR) manager is rarely dull, but rarely easy. As an HR professional, you have a plethora of responsibilities on your plate; from participating in planning and development to advocating
Employee Engagement - Employee dissatisfaction on the job is a major concern for most businesses. According to Forbes, employees that are disengaged in the workplace cost U.S. companies a loss of up to $550
Don’t fall for the misconception that because Gen Z employees are younger, they will be satisfied with anything as long as it is packaged in a fun way. These employees are driven and ambitious and
The shockwave of the COVID-19 pandemic is being felt worldwide. Many employees feel the financial pinch of limited hours or reduced pay, and the mental pressure of mitigating the fallout from this health crisis.
Managing a remote workforce is not easy. This is true whether you are working in an office, managing a team for an ebusiness, or running an ecommerce company of your own. While overseeing any team
When you look back at what you thought being an HR manager meant. How you feel now. When you find out you need to hire 10 people by the end of the month.
(Guest post by Nick Rojas) “If vitality gives a man’s perspectives color, if community bonds give them breadth, if awareness of the land makes them realistic, a deep sense of loyalty gives them personal meaning
Many UK businesses are still operating remotely with no sign of heading back to the office - this means there is a very real risk that employee morale could slip. It is important for
Whether good or bad, employee morale is infectious, making it one of the most important areas for a company to focus on. When a workplace has high employee morale, it is usually more efficient and
The great thing about startups is the independence that they offer. However, one type of freedom that startup founders usually dread is the freedom of designing an HR system from scratch. In the early days