Managing Employment Laws and Issues— Identifying and addressing legal trends and employer-employee changes to determine impact to the organisation We expect that anticipated changes to laws that expand employee rights will require the HR Department to respond to an increase...
The term organisational culture refers to the basic assumptions and beliefs shared by members of an organisation. The key elements of organisational culture are: ■   Observed behavioral regularities when people interact, such as the language used and the rituals surrounding...
The HR Department should continuously monitor a competitive and fair compensation system and maintains a standardised classification plan that supports employee career development which enables the organisation to hire and retain qualified employees. The continued rise in benefits costs and...
In their book, ‘Managing Human Resources,’ Luis R. Gómez-Mejía, David B. Balkin, Robert L. Cardy  contest that on a strategic level, the major HR challenges facing managers today can be divided into three categories: environmental challenges, organisational challenges, and ...
The reputation of your company doesn’t depend only on how much customers like your products and services. Your reputation as an employer can affect your reputation as a company. Small companies are not always able to attract the best people you...
Big data could soon allow us to shape public policy, financial products, healthcare and education to suit our personal needs. But it also introduces a new set of risks to society. Governance and legal issues related to technology breakthroughs  (liability, health...
Organisational Restructuring & Downsising In their book, ‘Managing Human Resources,’ Luis R. Gómez-Mejía, David B. Balkin, Robert L. Cardy  contest that there has been a dramatic transformation in how firms are structured. Organisational structures that had many management levels are becoming...
According to CIPD, despite the growing capability of managerial and leadership skills in individuals, the collective ability of organisations to make use of individual skills is sometimes limited by misaligned organisational structures and processes. An unsupportive organisational environment can...
Companies should periodically conduct an HR audit to evaluate how effectively they are using their human resources. The HR audit addresses these and other important issues systematically so that effective programs can be maintained and ineffective programs corrected or...
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