November 10, 2015

HR issues towards excellence

People are the key assets of the organisation. Without the right people with the right skills at the righ job, a company cannot reach excellence. So what the organisation should do? Attract, recruit and RETAIN (which is the most difficult nowadays, especially in case of Millennials) the right people with the right skills. Create a strong psychological contract and employee engagement between the employees. The organisation needs to build a strong work culture with shared values and beliefs, motivation to accomplish objectives and goals and work-life balance. Trainings need to be carried out continuously in order to reach better effectiveness and efficiency. Productivity, diversity, discipline, progression, rewards, and so on... HR issues are very complex and needs to cover a lot of human aspects. But what happens when there's a crisis on a market and plants need to be closed down and employees will be losing their jobs? What can HRM do to get the best out of the situation? Or at least the worst? HRM has a huge responsibility and sometimes they have to make tough decisions because of an outside effect (global, international crisis, government's regulations, ect).


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