In a job market defined by competition for skilled talent, HR leaders can, and do, make an impact on an organization's bottom line.
There is a new breed of worker who takes pride in achieving goals with minimum direction. They still need to be part of the team, though.
Drug testing is useless when all it reveals is that a team member 'medicated' with prescription pot at home over the weekend.
The functional area of human resources is no less complex than accounting. There is a mind-numbing list of things that a competent HR professional needs to know about.
Technology has made it easier than ever to build effective, video-based recruiting strategies that allow companies large and small to expand their talent pools.
The less paper shuffling HR needs to do, the more it can play a strategic role in building a winning team.
To be of strategic importance, human resources needs to understand the company thoroughly and apply key skills.
To get new employees up to speed as fast as possible avoid being deadly dull.
To build an effective team, you have to be willing and able to consider and address the needs and concerns of your workers.
A staffing franchise helps U.S. employers keep pace with a just-in-time work force.
Beyond recruiting purposes, you can these analyses to develop and train employees, set compensation and decrease legal liability.
Ready To Launch
What model will you choose for your enterprise resource planning software suite?
More from Entrepreneur Network
Today's Most Read