A Best Practices Guide for Workforce Management
Your employees are the biggest asset you have. Their performance and attitude can result in the success or failure of your company. The most difficult part of any manager’s job is people management. He or she is required to lead, motivate, train, inspire, and encourage. On the other hand, he or she is also responsible for hiring, firing, disciplining, training and evaluating. These functions seem to be at odds, but a successful manager can integrate both the positive and negative aspects of these tasks to create a positive, productive work force.
Human Resource Management encompasses the tasks of recruitment, management, and providing ongoing support and direction for the employees of an organization. These tasks can include the following: compensation, hiring, performance management, organization development, safety, wellness, benefits, employee motivation, communication, administration, and training. When managing the people within an organization, a manager must focus on both hiring the right people and then getting the most out of these people. Read more >>
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