“Becoming is better than being.” Carol S. Dweck, Ph.D., author of Growth Mindset How could Carol Dweck say such a thing? If we don’t have to work for something and can simply ‘be’ it as opposed to working hard to ‘become’ it, why would being what we want to be worse than putting in the
"Good vision without great people is irrelevant."- Jim Collins Human resources managers are playing a burgeoning role within business expansion; more than ever, they are expected to weigh-in on company decisions with executive teams, engage in strategic planning, and foster employee wellness in a world of workers overwrought by personal problems. An HR document management tool
Technology is no longer just a tool to complete work-related tasks—it’s a medium by which employers can adjust to the ever-changing contours of a landscape increasingly controlled by its employees. Managers, CEOs, and business owners of all creeds and stripes face a challenge this decade that rivals only the challenges that managing millennials in the
Any mergers and acquisitions checklist for HR will be complex, no matter how you dice it. Organizations are complex by themselves, and especially complex through organic growth alone. However, when companies are acquired or merge with other companies, the information management complexity stretches to ad infinitum—there are so many ways things can go wrong and
The human resources department of a business will collect all sorts of data about the employees at the company. You have performance reports, information on compensation, information about turnover, employee history, and the list goes on. With sets of data this large, the team has a great opportunity to identify trends within the workforce, but many companies and HR professionals are missing out on the value of big data concerning the staff.
There are a few situations that every HR manager dreads having to deal with. Some of these situations can’t be avoided, but others could be prevented or at least simplified by having a good document management system in your office. So let’s use our imaginations for a moment and picture how the following situations could be different if a DMS were used.
Known in Human Resources as a "management guru" with great ideas for everything from company leadership to corporate growth, David Ulrich is first and foremost the father of modern HR. The author of numerous books about Human Resources and the role it plays in an organization, Ulrich is someone whose ideas continue to influence the way we think about HR. And since Human Resources is responsible for keeping employees happy, hard-working, and dialed-in to an organization's long-term goals and objectives, Ulrich's famed HR Model is a big part of virtually any company's present or future success.
Human resources is often an overlooked department when it comes to growing your company through mergers, acquisitions, expansions, etc. And while HR isn’t a revenue-generating department, ignoring this area of your company can actually hinder growth. If your HR department streamlines your company’s processes using a document managing system (or DMS), your organization can grow as a whole.
The Human Resources department is an integral part of your business, make their job easier by getting rid of unnecessary paperwork. Go paperless with eFileCabinet today!