“To win the marketplace, you must first win the workplace.”
- Doug Conant
The rotation of employees for many positions in the company is a huge problem for employers and management. The manager or manager has to train new staff almost continuously. Employee retention turns out to be a problem. Retention, i.e., retaining employees, is based on its capabilities and, most of all, managers.
Measuring employee performance usually causes stress for employees and HR managers. Many companies use performance metrics to measure employee review and satisfaction. Don't know how to stay calm when you conduct a performance review for your employees? Let's discuss the employee performance methods together with BrainyHR.
Human resources are no longer limited to the back office dealing with endless piles of documents for some time now. Thanks to the Internet and modern technology, HR has completely transformed into a technologically advanced department that uses cloud-based solutions for employee management, recruitment, working time, onboarding, and much more. The human resources department is usually a place of crazy activity. With the benefits of cloud-based HR software, HR professionals now have the tools to reduce and simplify administrative tasks such as payroll and record keeping. Instead, they can focus on issues that are very important in an era of fierce competition - such as employee engagement.
In today's ultra-competitive work environment, companies advantage is those with the best-trained and well-qualified employees. However, even the best employees cannot work well when they are not motivated enough. Therefore, the recognition of employees in the workplace must be an inherent part of every company's culture. Are you looking to create a productive high-level employee reward and recognition? Rewarding staff with the right rewards and benefits increases retention and engagement, which can deliver amazing results for your company's culture.
Recruiting employees after the holidays are associated with a lot of myths and assumptions. In this publication, we decided to deal with them and gather some facts that will help you prepare well for it. Recruitment has never been easy, but contrary to the weather conditions - it starts to get particularly hot… after the holidays. And if we add a "pandemic" holiday to it, we already have a recipe for a truly masterful challenge.
Burnout more often affects younger people than older people, single people than those who have a family, women and men alike. Perfectionists and people who identify with their work are particularly at risk. Burnout is called the disease of civilization of the 21st century. What characterizes "BurnOut syndrome," and can it be prevented? How to build your career so as not to burn yourself at work?
How do companies retain the best employees while other hiring managers have problems filling vacancies with suitable candidates? The solution: employee engagement! We give you 7 tips with concrete examples to make your company more attractive to employees by turning satisfied employees into committed ones.
In 2020, many companies learned to rethink. The first Corona months were also an extraordinary challenge for HR managers. The task now is to implement the knowledge gained in intelligent HR work. 2020 was an eventful year and will have a significant impact on trends in 2021. New approaches and authenticity are, therefore, required. Corona has turned the world of work upside down. While there used to be fixed structures in the company, nowadays, one often has to improvise. Home office, short-time work, and continually changing corona regulations require employers and employees to be as flexible as possible. But what do these circumstances mean for the HR industry in 2021, and which trends can be derived from them?
To attract qualified IT specialists, sometimes it is not enough to pay only a satisfactory salary - in an industry where candidates can even pick and choose between offers, something more is needed. Employer branding may be of key importance here, as it greatly influences the effectiveness of recruitment activities. What is "employer branding"? Employer branding is simply creating the image of the employer. It includes both external activities addressed to potential candidates and internal activities addressed to current employees. It is a long-term strategy to attract, engage, and retain the company's most valuable and talented employees. This term is significant in the employee market case, where employers compete strongly for the best specialists in the industry.
The demand for management staff is systematically growing every year. Therefore, executive recruiters dealing with the acquisition of directors, managers and high-class specialists also have more and more work. Recruiting such candidates is a difficult and time-consuming job. The work is very dynamic and the requirements for this profession are high. If you are an executive recruiter, we present the 5 most important things to help you do your job better.