Just a quick browse of the latest top ten lists, LinkedIn user stories and employee relations headlines and today’s employee expectations become very clear. Aside from the usual bit about money, power and fame, employees lean heavily towards jobs that can satisfy their own sense of self and reflect their core values.
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We’ve all found ourselves staring at a new employee packet at least once in our careers. Depending on the size and organization of the company, it may have consisted of several stapled sheets of paper (a welcome letter and a list of internal resources with a W-9 thrown in) or an impressive binder with everything from branding guidelines and the latest quarterly magazine to a full-color...
Compliance of any kind is typically a necessary evil, especially in terms of federal or state government issued compliance terms. Laws change (often rapidly) as case precedent develops in regards to fields such as equal opportunity employment, or EOE Compliance.
In small and medium sized businesses, often the onboarding and human resources efforts are young and fresh, as companies haven't required the skills of HR specialists until recently.
Managers, CEOs, and even employees and knowledge workers in large organizations often see Human Resources as a hindrance, or at best a necessary but non-value-adding procedure.
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It is often theorized that to remove human error, an organization must start to implement more systems that will replace the human aspect of the organization - highly specialized and technological systems are what most often come to mind, but sometimes it is simply the idea of stricter rules and more in-depth accident reporting policies that management intends to put in place.