There seem to be HR changes each year. In recent year, the number of changes has grown rapidly. Here are some tips on how to address them.
Developing Employee Handbooks – Making sure your employee handbook is updated is critical to managing a diverse workforce and promoting fairness and consistency. Employers should update their employee handbook regularly while monitoring state, federal and local laws. Also, you may have some policies that need updated.
Preventing Security Breaches – Cyber safety is one of those important workforce items that needs to be controlled. This helps to protect private and confidential information. Employers should make sure all third-party vendors and providers are doing similar security measures. Also, limiting access to confidential information will also help.
Managing Employee Leave – Leave laws are challenging to employers due to certain expansions at the federal to local level. Companies should make sure their managers understand how to keep track, document and manage scheduled leaves.
Understanding Workforce Planning – Workforce planning is a key challenge for HR professionals. Understanding the phases of the employee relationship is crucial when making strategic business decisions. This will have an impact on the employer’s bottom line.
Paying Attention to Federal Changes – Make sure you closely monitor different developments in law. Things are always changing. Employers should always be on top of expected changes.