Strategic human resource management is the end product of success in conduction workplace investigations, vendor management, human capital management, and more.
Our human resource management articles can help you vastly improve your human resources planning, HR policies, and human resource training.
You know the rules and you try to obey them. But company policies and procedures can sometimes suffocate your team.
Every budget has built-in assumptions. Savvy managers document these
assumptions as they go, testing them against last year’s numbers when
Many job seekers fret over every line of their résumé. All that anxiety won’t necessarily make it better.
Beware of “running out the clock” on the statute of limitations of a discrimination charge.
Moods come and go, in yourself and others, but that doesn’t make you a helpless bystander. Without fanfare, you can control your own attitudes and handle fluctuating moods in your bosses and employees.
The way you prepare a budget for your department reveals much about both your work habits and outlook. By tracking variables with care and making sound assumptions, you can impress higher-ups with your number-crunching prowess. But if you allocate resources poorly or permit too much flab, you can lose credibility.
Q. I work with someone who offends me with his jokes. For example, he’ll compare our workplace to being on a “slave boat where we’re all in chains.”
Just as many Web sites include frequently asked questions (FAQs), prepare a similar list to train new employees.
You’re displeased with an employee’s performance, and it’s time to say so. You want to describe in blunt terms how the individual needs to improve. But you’re uncomfortable having to level serious criticism.
Q. During a performance review, my
boss asked me what salary increase would “keep me happy.” I responded,
“What am I worth to the company?” I thought that was a smart move, but
I was wrong. My boss didn’t really answer the question. The next week
he told me what my raise would be in a voice-mail message (he was out
of town). I was disappointed.