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You can make programs and policies work while considering the needs of your employees and your organization. It\'s called adaptability.

You can make programs and policies work while considering the needs of your employees and your organization. It\'s called adaptability.

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  • 1. Bending the RUles
    Human Resources
    Presentation to SHRM Student Chapter at GVSU
    March 14, 2011
  • 2. What you’re in for…
    Traditional HR
    What’s not working
    What works better
    About Ellen
    Your search
  • 3. HR is full of RUles
    Laws
    Title VII; ADA, ADEA, EPA, etc.
    Necessities
    Provide benefits; administer policies; recruit talent
  • 4. HR seems to BE GREAT AT Reaction
    Deal with issues as they come up
    Can’t always predict what is going to happen
    Employees quit
    Safety or other crises
    Performance issues
  • 5. Driven by fear
    HR is often started in companies to deal with necessities
    What if a company developed a HR position to leverage potential?
  • 6. What if we (HR) could change this?
    What if we could become more adaptable?
    Make what we do relevant to the organization we work for?
  • 7. Bend the Pole, don’t break it
    Like a pole vaulter, you need to be flexible
    Not just you the person (HR), but the pole (system)
  • 8. So, what is stopping us
    Here’s where your thoughts come in….
    How can we overcome these concerns?
  • 9. A new perspective?
    What if we didn’t act from fear, but
    Rather from confidence
  • 10. What might be possible
    Happy CTM’s
    More productivity
    More innovation
    Better employment branding
  • 11. Here’s a couple of examples
    Leave of absence
    Dress code/body piercings
    Hiring the spouse of a client
  • 12. What Resulted
  • 13. About Ellen
    Three roles
    Three organizations
    Career path
  • 14. What will your story look like…
    What are you doing to define your story?
    How are you being proactive?
    Strive for more than average…average is overcrowded