In 2022 we had THE GREAT RESIGNATION but for HR professionals it wasn’t so great! We had fantastic talent leaving our businesses for extraordinary salaries that we just couldn’t match, talent that we were certain were happy, engaged and motivated and we never saw it coming!
But!…in 2023 we predict some great news for HR!! Many of those who left in 2022 left in haste for a salary and not much more, so now is the time for HR to shine!
2023 has to be about retention! Retention for those businesses who lost great talent in the Great Resignation (to ensure they don’t lose any more talented individuals) and retention for those who gained great talent in the Great Resignation (to ensure they don’t lose the talented individuals they gained).
Businesses must create clear strategies in how to retain their very best talent, it doesn’t happen by chance and good HR is at the centre of that.
If you want help and support in finding fantastic HR talent to help you with your Employee Retention Strategies, then at HR Talent we have the skills to hunt out these HR individuals. Get in touch to discuss your HR requirements today!
Take care of your employees, and they will take care of your business. It’s a common corporate mantra, especially in the modern workplace. However, it’s also one that is actually rarely stuck by. Because looking after your people means more than beanbags in the office and cake on a Friday. To really look after a workforce, you need the best people to do it. People who understand rights, training, culture and mindset. It takes the best HR people.
The role of “HR Business Partner” has been blurred over the years as many businesses have taken a shine to the term and coined the title “HR Business Partner” (HRBP) instead of the more traditional HR Manager title. But what in fact is a true HR Business Partner role? The role of HR Business Partner was initially introduced into larger businesses with many business units or departments where HR Managers were spread too thin and it was hard to gain a deep insight and knowledge into all areas of the business and to be commercially, as well as technically strong in HR.
Recruiting in this day and age is a challenge. Indeed, it's getting even more so with leaner teams and even leaner budgets – but with the same expected results. Recruiting for any business tends to have the same recruitment challenges so we thought we would share some tips on how you can overcome them.