Recruitment & retention
Recruiting and retaining talent for the organization is paramount in containing onboarding and training costs as well as continuity and morale. The ability to use the best systems, processes, and learning in support of these activities is necessary for success.
A value-added part of any HR Professional’s repertoire is to coach and facilitate leadership within the organization. Being able to easily perform succession planning and career pathing for identified positions and top performers means that valuable time is not wasted
HR’s role in facilitating transparent performance management is key to ensuring a high-performance culture within organizations. Being able to provide the tools for executives, managers, supervisors and employees to easily and seamlessly complete performance appraisals means that management can streamline these tasks.
Planning and analyses of compensation practices, levels, and industry standards can be time-consuming tasks. With the right compensation planning tools, these tasks can be delivered together with guidance to each level within the organization so that accountability is maintained throughout the business
Providing training and learning and enabling executives and managers to deliver learning either directly of indirectly via online learning management systems means that learning is provided at the most cost-effective levels.
Managing people is perhaps one of the most difficult tasks for most managers. Providing the right tools and systems to assist managers in dealing with direct and indirect reports means that managers can be more self-sufficient.
Coaching & Advisorysity
Advising and coaching senior management has always been a key role of HR and specifically HR Professionals. Being able to relate performance to current workforce issues helps management to better understand how to motivate and incent employees
Creating a consistent and believable corporate culture is perhaps one of the most important roles of HR Professionals. Possessing the tools for employee collaboration and feedback as well as managing change for adopting new processes and technology can make the difference between success and failure