Human resources professionals do not all come with the same set of gifts and talents to bring to organizations based on different stages of maturity. Know your organization, understand its needs and you will find the best Human Resources Leadership for your business's lifecycle.
As you guide your leaders and employees through the process of setting their goals for the coming year, it’s important to set a great example. Demonstrate a strong performance mindset by leading with your own plans for the coming year. Ensure all are bound in your company’s overall goals and target the HR pain points that you’ve identified throughout the prior year.
Often, when an organization loses an HR Director, Benefits Manager, or HR Business Manager for whatever reason, they know that the standard two (or in some cases a bit more) week notice period won’t be enough time to make an offer to the next person to fill the role. While precious handover time slips away, the business will do their best to make a placement before the departure.
Since revisions to the Fair Standard Labor Act’s (FSLA) overtime rule was stopped ten days prior to going into effect on December 1, 2016, overtime has been on the minds of employers. Many HR professionals, myself included, poured over reports of employees and salaries to see who would be pushed back into the hourly (non-exempt) classification and who would remain salaried.