Technology will become indispensable in HR procedures
Nowadays even for one vacancy several hundred applications land up.Screening them properly is a big task.
Out of this big bundle, selecting the right candidates for further interviews etc is vital'
AI chat bots can help out in this process.
HR has to become technologically savvy and use it to reduce response time.
From India, Pune
You have to divide your employees as 3 parts:
1.Workmen(70% of manower)- Attrition rate is generally low, Can be satisfied with minimum wages and implementation of leaves as per labour laws, transportation facility, canteen, health, safety and welfare etc.,
2.Clerical Staff(20% of manpower)- These positions can be filled up locally and people will stay for long-term basis. Salaries can be fixed above the minimum wages and ranges from 15000/- to 30000/-PM. easy to retain with
3. Managers(10% of manpower)- These are key/cream for any organisation and having huge expectations on career growth and development. Attrition is high and difficult to retain. It may be mix of local and non locals. You need to plan your training calendar, PMP, salary breakup to increase the take home and reduce the tax burdens etc. flexible working hours/work from home to maintain work life balancing etc.,
You should balance the expectations of all the above three while framing the HR policies and procedures and systems like training & development, performance management, employee engagement, organisational values and culture.
Your internal employees are your brand ambassadors to attract the talent. Attraction starts from recruitment i.e., candidates who come for the interview will observe how you treat him, For Example: I have attended an interview where I impressed a lot with interviewer way of talking, his knowledge and experience which challenged me in several ways. Its one of my memorable interview out of 30-40 interviews which I have attempted in my career.
The training and development policy on latest technologies, right person in right place, pay for the performance, work life balance, health&accidental insurance coverage, foreign trips to stress release on target achievement, marriage gifts, gifts for newly born children, paternal leaves,celebrating festivals, conducting sports, effective employee recognition programs etc., Our policies should address their sad and happy situations.
From India, Warangal
From India, Bangalore
You have to be careful to choose what you want.
Growth of an organization is nowadays being talked about along with HR. It is something HR can be proud of to get associated at the apex management level.
Attracting the best talent depends upon your organization's capacity to pay and hold on to them.
#Anonymousat first place, HR 's Job is thankless wherein their entire day will be filled up with Brickbats. In order to motivate, They should also be rewarded based on their performance. an employee gets charged up when his/her work in recognised in the organisation. Since HR is always considered as intermediate between employer and employee management should have trust in their actions without which it will be difficult for any organization to scale up along with growth.
From India, Bengaluru
1.Hr analytics - for performance measurement ,sentiment analysis ,cost benefit ratios ,recruitment .
2.Artificial intelligence -- Useful in recruitment for profiling and selecting the best candidates among the pool .
3.Big data - With IOT and all ,huge amounts of data will be generated day in and out which will be helpful in understanding the employees motivations for work ,sentiment analysis etc.
4.Blockchain technology : In sharing various leagal documents with employees ,transparency & security.
5.Training : Augmented & Virtual reality will change the whole training from how we view & perceive.
The Major Challenge to HR :
1.Getting the Highly skilled & motivated workers in the advanced technologies & retaining such talent .
2.with sluggish economy and companies going for lean setting & cost cutting ,keeping the employees motivated and emotionally strong will be the next biggest challenge to any HR.
From India, Mumbai