Part of redesigning the HR value proposition inevitably involves rethinking a major chunk—if not all—of the HR management processes prevailing in many organizations over decades.
To understand the nature of employee centricity, it’s essential to come to grips with the intimate relation it has with the strategy that places the customer at the centre of the company.
A good number of organizations are beginning to take a closer look at how to attract and keep their employees through engagement. Even some that are in worse financial states are concerned about engagement management.
Talent transactions are rising. One of the consequences is the need to identify, select and bring on board new professionals into the organization.
The change process does not involve following a series of steps faithfully. Once the purpose has been defined, the second active principle entails the processes and more specifically the breakdown of these processes.