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Hr Practices

  1. 1. Best HR Practices and strategies<br />
  2. 2. Every organization is expected to achieve something for the year, and targets and goals for the year may change depending upon the business needs. <br />These targets are cascaded down to the departments, divisions and then finally to the individual employees. This means, there will be targets for the individual employees coherent to the organizational goals. <br />There should be a way to recognize the performance and then reward them accordingly so as to keep the employee motivated, satisfied and delighted ultimately resulting in the mutual benefit of organization and employee<br />
  3. 3. Top Ten HR Practices that can help you achieve your organizational goals<br /><ul><li>Safe, Healthy And Happy Workplace
  4. 4. Open Book Management Style
  5. 5. Performance Linked Bonuses
  6. 6. 360-Degree Performance Management Feedback System
  7. 7. Fair Evaluation System For Employees
  8. 8. Knowledge Sharing
  9. 9. Highlight Performers
  10. 10. Open House Discussions And Feedback Mechanisms
  11. 11. Reward Ceremonies
  12. 12. Delight Employees With The Unexpected </li></li></ul><li>"People will forget what you said, People will forget what you did, But people will never forget how you made them feel."<br />Reward and Recognition plays a part in at least these areas<br /><ul><li>Employee Satisfaction – By influencing retention and motivation
  13. 13. Performance Management – Creating a workplace environment that provides positive reinforcement of behaviours necessary to achieve results and business goals</li></li></ul><li>Retention strategies<br /><ul><li>HR professionals must have a red book on key staff as how to retain and motivate them to stay on with the organization. One must maintain the file on their growth and achievements and also the possible growth options and assignments within the organization. Here one must be aware of the possible poaching by rival companies and therefore one must be attuned to the market movements.
  14. 14. Retaining good employees is always a challenge in today;s competitive environment but keeping employees who are geographically dispersed adds even more complexity..</li></li></ul><li>There are below ways to handle this vexed issue<br />Make the supervisors responsible for the achieving the retention goals esp to the leaders by way of rewarding or consequences..<br />Provide the leaders retention training & coaching to achieve their goals by analysing as what do people want from their bosses<br />Ensure that supervisors have the retention discussions with the far flung asking the following <br /><ul><li>as what they expect from them..
  15. 15. what are the grey areas/issues that needs to be resolved..
  16. 16. By asking question..what would make you leave this organization?.. </li></ul>An employees work must be communicated to him clearly and thoroughly. The details of the job, its importance, the way it should be done, maximum time that can be allotted to complete it etc., must be made clear. If there are changes to any of these, let the employee know at the earliest<br />Give the employees necessary tools, time and training. The employee must have the tools, time and training necessary to do their job well - or they will move to an employer who provides them.<br />Have a person to talk to each employee at regular intervals. Listen and solve employee complaints and problems, as much as possible. Fairness and impartial treatment by seniors is important. Help employees manage stress, both at work and if possible, off work too. Give them special concessions, when in need. Treat the employees well & provide dignity of job. <br />
  17. 17. The quality of the supervision an employee receives is critical to employee retention. Frequent employee complaints arise on this issue. <br />Provide the employees a stress free work environment. People want to enjoy their work. Make work and work place cheerful and fun-filled as possible. <br />Make sure that employees know that their work is important for the organisation. Feeling valued by their employer is key to high employee motivation and morale. Recognize their strengths and help them to improve those they lack.<br />Employees must feel rewarded, recognised and appreciated. Giving periodical raise in salary or position helps to retain staff.<br />Offer excellent career growth prospects. Encourage & groom employees to take up higher positions/openings. If they dont get opportunity for growth within the organisation, they will look elsewhere for it.<br />Work-life balance initiatives are important. Innovative and practical employee policies pertaining to flexible working hours and schemes, granting compassionate and urgency leave, providing healthcare for self, family and dependants, etc. are important for most people. Work-life balance policies would have a positive impact on retaining skilled employees, as well as on attracting high-calibre recruits.<br />Implement competency models, which are well integrated, with HR processes like selection & recruitments, training, performance appraisal and potential appraisal.<br />
  18. 18. Conclusion<br />As they say, happiness can be contagious. So make sure the work place is a happy one, which every employee would love to spend time. Human resources department along with senior management must take steps to make sure of this. <br /> <br />Effective human resource management must be practiced at both strategic and day-to-day levels. HR management practices must reflect company policy as to how it will manage and relate to its employees. The HR strategy should evolve from a transactional support role to partnering in the organisations business strategy. HR must take steps to be aware of employee problems and try to solve them, creatively.<br />