According to the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), there are behavioral competencies that you, as an HR professional, must demonstrate.
Human resources (HR) forecasting involves projecting labor needs and the effects they’ll have on a business. An HR department forecasts both short- and long-term staffing needs based on projected sales, office growth, attrition and other factors that affect a company’s need for labor. In addition to forecasting the number and type of workers you’ll need, […]
Confused about the types of HRIS systems: HRIS vs. HCM vs. HRMS when researching new HR technology solutions? These acronyms have befuddled many in the industry as vendors, marketing professionals and analysts seem to interchange the use of these terms when marketing their technology solutions. There are lots of other acronyms being used to describe […]
The work of human resources departments encompasses a wide range of functions, and large organizations may have many HR professionals on staff. Generally HR functions are split into two broad categories. One, usually called HR management, or just HR, is concerned with the day-to-day operation of a company. HR development, or HRD, has a more […]
Preparing for SHRM-CP certification in HR is essential. Just like any test, how a student performs on this test could change their entire future.
A workforce united toward being better than the competition keeps a company moving forward as a successful business in the market. The hiring process and general operation methods of the human resources department often play a large role in creating a team of employees that help the company stay competitive. Evaluating the practices of the […]
Human resource forecasting is a process that helps an organization determine how many employees it will need in the future to meet its strategic goals. HR forecasting involves establishing what jobs the company will need to fill, what types of skills employees must have to do those jobs and what challenges the company will face […]
Traditional human resources management reacts to employees; when workers make requests or cause problems, HR steps in and takes care of it. Strategic HR involves planning. A strategic HR department looks ahead and heads off problems. These HR pros also look at the company’s needs for the future and develop strategies to meet them. Traditional […]
Operational HR management and strategic HR management are two sides of the same entity. Operational HR sees to the day-to-day operations essential to meeting the needs of your employees, while strategic HR management concerns itself with predicting outcomes and ensuring that your company has enough of the most qualified human capital to reach its goals. […]
1) No Micromanagement Right from the interview till the time the candidate joins us, it is made clear to him or her that they have to take complete ownership of what they do. And we keep our promise by giving them complete ownership, which means no micromanagement. They can complete the task in any way […]