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HR has continued to evolve and grow. In its evolution the focus continues to centre around service, internal customer experience and being a true business partner with an adept knowledge of the business. I often get questioned about how HR can truly support the business. Here are three ways that HR can use its agility to improve your business and make you rethink and re-imagine the way you utilize human resources.
Many candidates think that the job search journey is one-sided. That it is only the company that should be particular about what they want. That is far from the truth. The job market is flooded with great talent and amazing companies that are both looking for value and the ‘right’ fit. Once you have navigated the complex, challenging and ever-changing world of job search, you are ready to decide if the company(s) that excite and entice you, will be the right fit.
Your job search success is often determined by little, subtle things that you do to stand out. Your resume is often the first opportunity to make a strong first impression. Make sure that it says why you are the best fit for the job. Your resume is only part of your job search strategy; make sure it is a strong and effective part.
Every company runs on employee fuel. Employees are the drivers, movers, shakers and breakers of companies. Whether we believe it or not, if we do not use our employee fuel effectively, efficiently or strategically, our business will fizzle out and grind to a halt.
More companies are beginning to see the value of employee engagement. Some of the most common and popular benefits of employee engagement include increased productivity, increased retention due to employee satisfaction, and increased profitability from creativity and innovation.
As HR evolves, contributing and positively impacting business strategy and leveraging resources to minimize cost have been a key mandate of HR professionals. A digital HR strategy, whether it uses the pen and paper or the latest technology, capturing and using HR data to contribute to business strategy is the ultimate goal. Will you get started?