Extra hands are invaluable during busy seasons and holidays, but they come with sizeable expenses. That’s why it’s difficult to keep seasonal recruitment cost effective and important to make every effort to optimize the process.
When we think about the benefits of an HR system, usually the focus is on numbers. Naturally, a digital HR system generates considerable savings and facilitates information flow, but its true potential lies in how it can bring about changes in actual HR work.
Studies show that motivation predicts success better than intelligence, ability or salary. A motivated employee is a productive employee – and a happy one too. That’s why the most critical task leaders have is to motivate their people.
Our previous blog post briefly discussed coaching as an HR tool. In the following weeks we will take a closer look at this subject. How many types of coaches and coaching are there? We elaborate on performance and development coaching and offer you great tips on how to become a better coach. But let’s get back to the beginning: How does coaching fit into Agile HR?
In this article we continue our step-by-step guide of implementing Agile Performance Support. Which elements are crucial when starting a process such as Agile Performance Management or Agile Performance Support? We take you on a detailed tour.
During the previous weeks we have been talking about Agile Performance Management or, as we prefer to call it, Agile Performance Support. In our next two articles we take a closer look on implementing Agile Performance Support in your organisation.
In our previous article we introduced an Agile approach to development discussions. In the following weeks we take it one step further by discussing Agile Performance Management. This upgrade of traditional performance management is more collaborative, social and fast-paced. A methodology that perfectly fits our current working world.