With the end of the year creeping closer, it is an excellent time to get feedback from employees to shape company plans for the coming year. Happy employees lead to greater productivity. A survey done by the University of Warwick found employees who were happy were also more productive, by about 12%. A similar study by the Harvard Business Review found happiness raises nearly every business and educational outcome: raising sales by 37%, productivity by 31%, and accuracy on tasks by 19%. Based on this, we have put together our tried and tested methods for gaining an insight on the company pulse.Read More >
What is HRIS?
It stands for Human Resources Information System, and is a tool that aids the HR department with efficiency and integrations. Employees today want to be connected with all their important information and HRIS helps every business successfully accomplish this to meet the demands of the twenty-first century.Read More >
How many of your employees have left your organization within the past year? The past five years? While you may not be losing all of your employees, losing even one can have a significant impact on your business.Read More >
One of the functions of the human resources department is finding new people to fill vacancies. Employee turnover is an expensive problem to have; it costs up to 50% of an employee’s annual salary, according to some experts, to recruit and fill a vacancy. Recruiting can truly consume an HR department, if you let it.Read More >