Human resources strategies are key to achieving your organization's stated goals and objectives. Your company's success relies on the cooperation and support of employees and departments within the organization. HR ensures that initiatives required to maintain a happy, productive workforce are implemented in a timely and effective way.
HR also keeps the organization compliant with laws relating to employees, salary, insurance and more. The laws and policies governing business are complex and can vary between jurisdictions, but HR has a key role to play in making sure that the organization is compliant and adaptable to today's ever changing regulatory environment. In the latest edition of the TruPay Human Resources Digest, we've included insightful and informative articles on this increasingly complex and critical subject.
Metrics are a key performance-measurement tool for many businesses. Companies use data from a variety of areas — finance, customer service, sales, and even human resources — to determine whether they are meeting their objectives and to guide crucial business decisions. Why is HR data important, and how can your organization use them to improve your workforce and bottom line?
An employee handbook is a powerful tool to communicate an organization's values and vision. It lays the groundwork for a company's culture and influences how the organization functions day-to-day. Plus it can form the first line of defense in an employment lawsuit or investigation. In this article, we present eight ways an employee handbook can support your organizational efforts.
As businesses continue to face obstacles and challenges in today’s industry, more and more employers are looking to make manual administrative tasks more precise, efficient, and seamless. Businesses considering automating processes such as payroll, human resources, and time and labor tasks are increasingly turning to Human Capital Management (HCM) solutions to get the job done.
Every organization strives for a workforce that is engaged, inspired, and motivated to perform at its best day in and day out. But what is the reality? According to Gallup, only 13% of all employees worldwide today are engaged in their jobs — an alarming statistic given the importance of the workforce in fueling growth and meeting other key enterprise goals.
In an effort to create more tolerant workplaces, tech giants like Google and Facebook have been training employees to recognize their unconscious biases. As the term implies, these biases are below the surface, unintended, and often undesired. They’re implicit rather than explicit.
Does an I-9 form need to be updated when an employee has a name change? What about other forms? When an employee changes their legal name, you are not required to update their I-9. However, the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) recommends maintaining correct information on I-9s
As you assess new best practices to help advance the goals and success of your company, consider how strategic HR plays a key role. Strategic HR is simply about focusing on the performance of each employee and the organization with direct measures to determine the success of your company's business strategy.