Posts Tagged #Nextchat
On August 17, @shrmnextchat chatted with members of the SHRM Competency Team: SHRM Specialist, HR Competencies, Lindsay Northon (@HRCompetencies); SHRM Senior Specialist, HR Competencies, Ashley Miller (@Miller843); and SHRM Director, HR Competencies, Joe Jones (@josephajonesphd) about HR's Role in Organizational Design.
by Mary Kaylor, Joe Jones, Ashley Miller and Lindsay Northon
The role of the HR professional continues to change, but one thing stays the same: Human capital management remains the key differentiator for organizational growth and success.
Human resources is one of the fastest growing professions in the country, and with good reason. HR is the profession that sources and secures an organization’s most precious asset and competitive advantage—its talent.
On July 27, @shrmnextchat chatted with President of Hive Tech HR Jeremy Ames @TheHCMGuy about Improving the Employee Experience with HR Technology.
In case you missed this great chat, you can read all the tweets here:
HR professionals are continually challenged by their CEOs and CFOs to find ways to increase efficiency while providing better communication, faster service and a more positive experience for employees.
HR is responding by making significant investments in technology to revolutionize every aspect of the employee life cycle.
Extracted from the SHRM report: Does Having HR Report to Finance Influence Investments in HR?
In case you missed this amazing chat filled with great tips and advice on the steps recruiters and hiring managers can take to find the right fit for their organizations, you can read all the tweets here:
Finding and hiring new workers for your organization is a time-consuming and complex undertaking. It is also one of the most important for an organization’s continued growth and survival. Unfortunately, sometimes the people we hire just don’t work out.
What makes you happy at work?
What do you think makes your employees happy?
Source. Interview. Hire. Turnover. Rinse. Repeat.
It’s a never-ending cycle as organizations struggle to find and keep the talent needed to run and develop their organizations. The competition grows smarter and more relentless every day.
Anxious employers are beginning to pay closer attention to the recruiting trends that they may have scoffed at in the past. It’s finally sinking in that the only options are “get on board” or “go down in flames.”
When was the last time your employer recognized you for a job well-done?
When was the last time your supervisor said “Thank you”?
How did it make you feel when you received the recognition?
How do you feel when you don’t?
Creating a culture of appreciation at your organization can have an enormous impact on talent management, engagement and retention.