Outsourcing HR is a dangerous move. That’s the call we’re happy to make, it’s not something that a company should look at lightly.
Many companies are looking for strategies that can increase their organisation’s output, while keeping the costs of staff affordability in line. Human resource metrics have become a key to an organisation making the most of its team. Keep in mind that while all HR metrics are intended to help an organisation measure and track performance of employee programs and HR initiatives, not all metrics are actually valuable to a company.
If you’ve gone through the process of trying to find that perfect new employee then you’ll know that it’s a tough market out there. Finding the right person takes no small amount of time, energy, and money. Which begs the question, why would you throw all that away by having a terrible onboarding process?
Companies are not actually families.
That’s something that gets rolled out in almost every business sooner or later, people want to talk about their employees as being a family, and it’s just not the truth.
When you’re managing a workforce of over a thousand retail employees, the truth is – you are not a family.
Trust in a company is hard to build.
Overwork is one of the biggest HR threats to every single business today. Overwork is what could kill you, a lot faster than your competitors or your customers. Overwork is the danger that you’re facing at every single level. Whether your job is called Human Resources or People & Culture, the worry is the same. Your staff need to be looked after, and encouraged to look after themselves.