How Can HR Provide Support to Employee’s Mental Health?
Even though society and the use of social media has opened the gates to mental health, there is still some stigma around these issues within the workplace. 1 in 6 people are experiencing a mental health illness in the workplace (14.7%). When considering how high this statistic is for an illness in the workplace, it … Continued
Difficult conversations with employees: 9 crucial rules to remember
Did you know that 80% of people have stated that they have never had any training on how to tackle difficult conversations at work? This figure is eye-opening, with a lack of training and experience you may not feel confident in holding these challenging conversations, putting off them off with your employees can later down … Continued
5 ways to optimise your recruitment and selection process.
Focus on Tightening your Recruitment and Selection Process A stagnant recruitment and selection process can stall your company’s progress, growth and not to mention the large sum of money which is associated with recruitment. Regardless of the position that you require to fill, optimising the process is vital. Every employee which you bring on board … Continued
6 Challenges that you will face as a First Time HR Manager
It may be something you have dreamed of for your whole career, and now it’s happened, you are a HR Manager. This may be something that you would like to celebrate, after all it is your dream job. But, of course, there are still many more challenges which you will face, including many new challenges. … Continued
Workplace Learning Through Role-Play
Workplace Learning Through Role-Play In theory, you can learn almost anything. The trick is in learning to apply that theory to Real Life situations. The best way to do that is through practice, of course, ideally in a way which doesn’t impact the customer or client, and which gives you a chance to try a … Continued
10 Issues First-Time Managers Have to Face
Challenges are inevitable in new roles as you develop and grow within the role. But how do you know what these issues are in order to learn. We have identified 10 potential hurdles new managers may face when taking on the challenge. Communicating Effectively with your Employees Building the communication with employees offers you a … Continued
Ways HR Professionals can Develop Their Future Leaders
“48% of the workforce will be millennials by 2020 and 67% of millennials are looking for a new job.” With this being said, ask yourself, are doing all you can to develop employees to become future leaders? If not, what are the challenges you are facing in order to offer this progression? Many organisations … Continued
How Role Play can Increase Learning and Retention by 70%
Have you ever considered role play training within your own training programme? Looking back at your previous training activities, have you sought after a quick and easy way to introduce on-the-job training which relates to concepts that you’re covering? Role play learning is a development tool used by many organisations in order to improve … Continued
What is a HR Manager in 2019?
One colleague recently summed up HR as: “Human Resources isn’t a thing we do. It’s the thing that runs our business.” Whether a business is a SME or a global brand people are always needed and where there are people, someone will always need to manage the business. Whoever in a business is tasked with … Continued
Learning ‘Learning’ conjures images of classrooms and teachers, of schools and long summer holidays. When you’re an adult, the reality is somewhat different. There’s usually a job taking up most of your time. Most people continue learning in some form throughout their lives, whether in a formal setting or career development training. For many, the … Continued