“Success is simple. Do what’s right, the right way, at the right time.” – Arnold H. Glasow. You’ve worked countless hours to become an entrepreneur and what you thought was a dream becomes reality, starting your own business. As a startup company or even a company which has been running for many years now, an entrepreneur can wear several hats, becoming heavily involved in the entire company, rather human resources, marketing, payroll, sales, etc.
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“If you engage people on a vital, important level, they will respond.” – Edward Bond. Did you ever think using an Applicant Tracking System (ATS); your organization can mirror your current career site via implementing a SuccessFactors module? If that answer is no, guess what, your wrong. SuccessFactors offers a module with extensive features and functionality which integrates with your current ATS system called, Recruiting Marketing (RMK).
- How did you come across vendor?
- What type of selection process did you employ—RFP, single source?
- Did you consider other vendors?
- Why did you decide to go with vendor?
- Is the vendor still providing services or has the engagement been completed?
When engaging with a new vendor for your HRIS system, calling references is arguably one of the most important steps of the process. Although it can be time consuming to coordinate calls and analyze the feedback, the comments of peers who have recently gone through the same process can be invaluable. Below the Do’s and Don’ts:
“No man ever steps in the same river twice, for it’s not the same river and he’s not the same man.” – Heraclitus. The process of hiring an applicant can at times be long and dreary, as Hiring Managers have several different components which they have to weigh. What was the duration of their last position? What type of experience do they obtain and does it match their LinkedIn page? Why are they leaving their current position? How well will they work in our team environment? Is this cover letter more generic or more personable? All questions, which needs answers!
“Mentoring is a brain to pick, an ear to listen, and a push in the right direction.” – John C. Crosby. Mentoring or the act there of is simply the process of sharing knowledge and experience with an employee. The art of mentoring is there is none, just do it; this act can be done informal or formal between a senior level employee and a junior level employee. A more formal session could involve more structure such as slide shows or presentations, while an informal session can just be a conversation about the tips and tricks.
Mohawk Industries wanted to improve employee productivity by providing a positive, caring work environment using simplification and automation. After a…
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“By putting the employee first, the customer effectively comes first by default, and in the end, the shareholder comes first by default as well.” – Richard Branson. As businesses continue to take a paradigm shift about core HR, gone are the days where HR is solely the system of record but rather now a core solution which houses and transforms an organizations goals and missions. Within this shift more cloud-based solutions are being implemented specifically for core HR processes such as SAP SuccessFactors solution.
“A leader is one who knows the way, goes the way, and shows the way.” – John C. Maxwell. Gone are the days where managers are simply taught to manage, not lead, and a boss, lead, but not manage. In the millennial workplace, the two words coincide, while the traditional mindset is more insufficient. Rather a manager or a boss, being an efficient leader will take your team far further than your job description.
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“Write your injuries in dust, your benefits in marble.” – Benjamin Franklin. So, you’ve hired a new employee or more, now what are you, as HR, providing to new hires to retain them, possibly health insurance, 401K, vacation time, etc.? These fringe benefits are critical factors to the success of your team and overall organization. Fringe benefits can be defined as benefits provided by the employer as various forms of non-wage compensation to an employee, in addition to their normal wages and salary.