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What have been the HR best practices until 2013 and what would you include as best HR practices in the future

nabomita1979 -  Member Since: Apr 2006
What a coincidence ! I was just reading this paper on Future of work, by Workforce , Future is here

Other than what have been mentioned in the research paper, Gamification of work and Blended Learning would remain a major area.

Here's one more on redesigning Performance Management through tokens , so that no one is left in the dark ! CrowdSourced Rewards programs

Of course Social Hiring and Social HR , goes without saying!

Looking forward to hear what our experts are implementing at work.

Usha Rathor -  Member Since: Jul 2013
Hi Shahabuddin.Vali,

Refer to this informative article on Best HR Practices : Top 10 HR Best Practices | On Demand Human Resource and Talent Management Software


Usha

shahabuddin.vali -  Member Since: Aug 2009
Thanks Nabomita and Usha for your quick responses. Let's see what other colleagues have to say about it and I would definitely share the consolidated efforts in a summarized form with all the colleagues.
Kind regards,
Shahabuddin




 
 
 
 





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