Here, we will discuss 6 HR pillars every organization should be aware of when developing a strategic HR framework. Strategic Human Capital Management (HCM) Human Capital Management (HCM) is a set of practices that cover workforce acquisition, workforce management, and workforce optimization and that contribute to the overall productivity of an organization. Human Capital Management […]
Let’s take a look at how to track pre-defined organizational goals of human resources management and how to identify the most important indicators and metrics for measuring HR effectiveness. Processes of Human Capital Formation Human capital formation is the process of adding to the human capital stock over time. Human capital can be developed by […]
Human Capital is a measure of the skills, knowledge, abilities and social and personality attributes that influence employee productive capacity and earning potential to produce economic value. Successful companies regard their employees as their most valuable asset and greatest investment. However, as the company grows, the management of people within an organization is much more complex. Really, managing human capital doesn’t have to be such a big challenge.
Design thinking describes the perceptive reasoning used to create strategies and processes that surround concept designs and developments.
HR strategy is defined as an organization’s structured approach to managing its workforce to align with all the business goals.
A good strategy dictates how the HR process runs, right from recruitment to succession planning. It is also not stuck in its ways, meaning that a strategy can rise to meet the evolving HR industry’s requirements.
Companies looking to optimize productivity, results, cost, and effectiveness are the ones most in need of intelligent HR tech implementation. HR Tech implementation is being carried out worldwide by small, medium, and large organizations. While technology has improved, its implementation is an area that hasn’t always seen the desired success.
Human resource management (HRM) is elemental for a well-functioning organization. This blog examines some of the essential characteristics of HRM.
Talent management is the systematic process of identifying the vacant position, hiring the suitable person, developing the skills and expertise of the person to match the position and retaining him to achieve long-term business objectives.
Human Resource Management System (HRMS) refers to a suite of software that organizations use to manage internal HR functions. From employee data management to payroll, recruitment, benefits, training, talent management, employee engagement, and employee attendance, HRMS software helps HR professionals manage the modern workforce. Also called a Human Resource Information System (HRIS), HRMS systems put information about a company’s most valuable assets in front of the people who need them. Yesterday’s HR software and HRIS systems have become today’s Human Capital Management Cloud Service.
HRCI aPHR certification adds value and weightage to your candidature as an HR Associate Professional in any organization.