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Human Resource
The importance of Human Resources to an Organization
The importance of Human Resources to an Organization 725 467 Kanhai Chhugani

It is possible to find a human resource department in almost all the organizations out there in the world. In fact, the human resource department has the potential to manage the most important and valuable resources of an organization. Without a proper functioning human resource department, a company would fail to achieve a high level of efficiency and workforce management.

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EasyHR team at the marathon
EasyHR team at the marathon 150 150 Kanhai Chhugani
Easy HR Software at marathon

Easy HR Software at marathon

HR Prediction
What Changes can you expect in HR in 2017?
What Changes can you expect in HR in 2017? 725 288 Kanhai Chhugani

HR has come a long way in becoming a strategic player that adds a lot of value to the business. Functional work has been almost eliminated to avoid complexities. Manual tasks have been replaced by automated processes, reducing errors and time. All in all, 2016 has definitely been excellent for HR practices. However, 2017 is going to be even more exciting.

While we saw organizations give more importance to organizational efficiency, workplace wellness and employee well-being, all this is only going to accelerate in the coming years. Efforts will be made towards improving employee engagement, bringing in more flexibility, boosting career growth and planning.

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Strategic Human Resources Management
Strategic Human Resources Management 770 480 Kanhai Chhugani

Human resources should never just be a glorified retention department for employees.  Human resources should be a safe space for all to feel comfortable coming to and talking about whatever is weighing on their minds.  HR should also be an opportunity for companies to learn more about their employees without being invasive or prying.

When a problem arises, human resources management should be able to identify, solve, and learn from them to reduce wasted resources.  In order for human resources management to work efficiently, they need to address cultural, personal, and business strategies.

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She Power
Adapt to She-Power
Adapt to She-Power 800 534 Kanhai Chhugani

Do you actually think a leave of three months is good enough for a woman executive to get back to her career leaving her new-born in the hands of a nanny?

Possibly not!

Unfortunately many companies continue to feel a twelve-week leave is more than enough. They do not think about the support systems or about the adjustments a woman has to make after giving birth to a child. The Result? They lose their women executives.

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