The best thing about New Year is we all get set to welcome the new door of opportunities. Thinking in an unexpected way, enhancing on previous lessons learnt, and making considerable initiatives in order to achieve something big or different than the last year are the possible resolutions individuals make. New Year resolutions are crucial for HR as well. Why?
Hiring managers are found engrossed in the unending process of making their HR practices healthy for the organization. According to sources, only half of the population makes New Year resolutions and only 8 percent of the same endeavour to achieve it. With reference to this data, it becomes imperative to know that HR must thrive on working on those goals which turn out to be fruit for the organization as a whole.
So, what exactly are the resolutions HR must be making in 2017? This is described in the creatively designed infographic you can see right below. The infographic highlights the top seven resolutions, which HR can secretly implement comprehending their global impact. Some of the major resolutions, which we can see have turned up for HR this year includes candidate sourcing technology and mobile recruiting. These tools can go a long way in helping HR scout and fetch the right talent while, creating and enhancing the employer brand at the same time. The infographic takes you to an important resolution which emphasised on rewarding employees, which must be taken on priority this year.
Employees being the asset of every organization deserve to be treated well, engaged with unique programs and benefits, as well as, acknowledged for their efforts through rewards such as offering flexi timings, free memberships, one day off, shopping deals or vouchers and more. By offering skill training programs and understanding the psychology of employees, HR leaders can expect for the right results when it comes to employee productivity, employee retention and employee engagement. The best part about taking a glance at the infographic is that it has summarised an in-depth research and presented the data in a visually-appealing way.