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WHY HR, AND NOT FUNDS, ARE BECOMING A HEADACHE FOR STARTUPS

| April 11, 2016

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Fund-raising may have come easy for startups.It's the people matters that appear to be rather tricky . For some, establishing a unique culture is proving to be tough, while for others it's about ensuring new hires remain as engaged as those who began their careers at the start of the company's journey ....

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WHY HR HAS LEADERSHIP BACK-TO-FRONT

Hrm Online | April 13, 2016

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While the vast majority of companies see leadership as a top priority, very few of them are actually taking the right approach to developing high potential staff, said Simon Moylan, head of talent management at Hudson. In fact, he adds, his company’s annual surveys have highlighted this gap over and over. Each year when we survey for the HR priorities, leadership always comes out at number one or two,” he said. “What was surprising was every year we get that as number one, but ...

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WHY HR NEEDS GLOBAL STANDARDS

HRM | March 03, 2016

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In 2005, the world’s largest HR member organisation – the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) – asked its members if we should or shouldn’t have HR standards. That is the wrong question, as HR standards are not optional.” Neil McCormick, principal adviser at HRM Advisory, and Chris Andrews, director of HR at Bond University, talked to HRD about why HR needs to have some sort of globally recognised standards....

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WHY HR NEEDS TO GET IN BED WITH MARKETING

NONE | June 09, 2016

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Managing a community of individuals means the HR role will be much more similar to marketing. Marketing has to maintain great relationships with customers who use your products sporadically. It will be the same with people who work for you. You will need processes to develop and maintain long-term relationships with people who are not full-time employees, says Erickson....

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WHY HR, AND NOT FUNDS, ARE BECOMING A HEADACHE FOR STARTUPS

| April 11, 2016

Fund-raising may have come easy for startups.It's the people matters that appear to be rather tricky . For some, establishing a unique culture is proving to be tough, while for others it's about ensuring new hires remain as engaged as those who began their careers at the start of the company's journey ....

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WHY HR HAS LEADERSHIP BACK-TO-FRONT

Hrm Online | April 13, 2016

While the vast majority of companies see leadership as a top priority, very few of them are actually taking the right approach to developing high potential staff, said Simon Moylan, head of talent management at Hudson. In fact, he adds, his company’s annual surveys have highlighted this gap over and over. Each year when we survey for the HR priorities, leadership always comes out at number one or two,” he said. “What was surprising was every year we get that as number one, but ...

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WHY HR NEEDS GLOBAL STANDARDS

HRM | March 03, 2016

In 2005, the world’s largest HR member organisation – the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) – asked its members if we should or shouldn’t have HR standards. That is the wrong question, as HR standards are not optional.” Neil McCormick, principal adviser at HRM Advisory, and Chris Andrews, director of HR at Bond University, talked to HRD about why HR needs to have some sort of globally recognised standards....

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WHY HR NEEDS TO GET IN BED WITH MARKETING

NONE | June 09, 2016

Managing a community of individuals means the HR role will be much more similar to marketing. Marketing has to maintain great relationships with customers who use your products sporadically. It will be the same with people who work for you. You will need processes to develop and maintain long-term relationships with people who are not full-time employees, says Erickson....

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