As the economy goes, so goes HR. That’s the word from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, which estimates that the number of HR specialist positions will grow by 28.3% between 2010 and 2020. “This is expected to be a rapid-growth field as the economy continues to recover from the recession,” according to U.S. News and World Report.
Strategic human resource management is the end product of success in conduction workplace investigations, vendor management, human capital management, and more.
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Being an effective manager means confronting those “challenging” employees who, while typically good at their jobs, too often display unprofessional or downright obnoxious behavior. The best way to tackle such problems is to meet with employees right when you spot the problem behavior. Follow these guidelines, which have the side benefit of protecting the organization from employee claims that they weren’t treated fairly.
Employers and HR professionals hear it all the time: You must be prepared to preserve relevant documents and produce them if you are sued. You can take some preparatory steps to ensure that you can comply with inevitable litigation holds and are proficiently primed to assist your attorneys should litigation occur. This list of 22 to-do’s can guide your document and data preservation and retention procedures:
Many workers routinely skip vacations, handing back to employers more than $21 billion in unused vacation time each year. In fact, vacation is good for business—it lowers employee stress and prevents burnout. Consider your vacation policy an important element of your organization’s health.