In the 00s, almost all spheres of business were subjects of digital transformation. We see how the Internet changes the environment, trade, transportation services, and education. According to Forrester Research Company, 47% of executives believe that by 2020, the digital sphere will affect more than half of their companies' sales. It was also the turn for the transformation of HR. The following 7 trends show how HR adopts new technologies for attracting, training, and motivating employees.
What fantastic results can a close-knit work team achieve? What should the leader do to 'bring-up' people sincerely interested in the common cause? Business coach Raymond Foster answers these and other questions. Teambuilding as a necessity - Raymond, why does a company need a solid work team? - 95% of the manager's work depends on the work team. More precisely, the efficiency of the team greatly influences the final result of the company's work. As they say, 'no man is an island'.
Work within large markets All, more or less successful companies work within large markets. A good manager of the company will always think about how the business develops. Besides, if something goes wrong you can always maneuver in a large market. Unique products The company will be successful if it offers a unique product that is different from those already flooding the market. Otherwise, it is necessary to reduce the cost of the goods, which will limit the profits.
Every parent, who gives a smartphone or a tablet to a child at the beginning of the school year, wants to control everything that the child can do on this device. The apps that provide parental control on mobile devices differ in the basic approaches to the functionality of such services and, often, do not provide the flexibility of their settings.
Today, only lazy people are not talking about innovations, agile, self-organizing teams. Let's first consider such a well-established process in all HR-departments of the planet as recruiting.
Nowadays smartphones have become an ordinary thing not only in the hands of an adult but also a child. Many children get their first mobile phone in school and even in kindergarten to always stay in touch with their parents. Besides, a smartphone is needed not only for making calls but also as a powerful educational and gaming platform.
Do you know what motivates your employees? Effective motivation system is necessary not only for increasing staff efficiency but also for bringing the biggest profit for company owners. Sometimes it seems that you only need to tie labor compensation to its effectiveness. However, material motivation, starting with piecework rate and ending with complex multi-stage systems for calculation of bonuses, often does not provide the desired productivity growth.
Do you keep putting things off until tomorrow? Try the two-minute rule. Businessman and travel photographer James Clears talked about a simple and effective strategy everyone can use. Its purpose is to start doing things that you should have done long ago and also finish plans or at least begin finishing them. The rule two-minute rule helps to overcome laziness and procrastination. And it makes it really easy.
Today every parent knows: when a child grows up, an important moment happens in life - the purchase of a mobile phone, this happens either voluntarily or because 'everyone in the class (kindergarten or another child's circle) has one, and I don't!'. On the other hand, adults need a constant connection with their children - perhaps this is the main reason for buying it when kids grow up.
Employees are an important and valuable asset of the company. How to build an effective system of material and non-material motivation of personnel? The article provides a comprehensive overview of the most effective methods of stimulating employees. In recent years, the personnel managers have been mastering all new ways of stimulating. They use not only the classical material motivation in the form of cash bonuses and high salaries but also non-material incentives.