HR plays a key role in developing, reinforcing and changing the culture of an organisation. Pay, performance management, training and development, recruitment and onboarding and reinforcing the values of the business are all essential elements of business culture covered by HR.
Every organisation with employees should be using a HR Information System to monitor employees and evaluate attendance, performance and work place reviews. A successful business will have an HR Information System in place, these are used to collect and store data on an organization's employees, like their name, address, age, salary, benefits, time and attendance, performance reviews, and more.
Recruitment and selection and the on-boarding process can be the key to a successful employee-employer relationship. Documenting all of the facts, giving the right information when advertising for new employees and preparing the right Contract of Employment is key to a long term relationship.
Here at HGE, we have the people with the skills to be able to ensure you and your business take the right steps forward.
It is proven that when an employee feels valued their work related performance is enhanced considerably. While this sounds logical many organisations fail to communicate and engage their employees properly. The more you get your employee involved, the more buy in your employee has to your Company and this starts with HR and the performance training that you give to your new employee.
Here at HGE we can help and advise you and your business, we can work with you to ensure your performance programme and on-boarding processes are in place and correct for both you and your employees.
Business owners and employers are legally responsible for health and safety in the workplace. This means you need to make sure that employees, and anyone who visit your premises are protected from anything that may cause harm and control any risks to injury or health that could arise in the workplace. HR can assist and mitigate the risks to both owners and staff by issuing a "Workplace Handbook" that details everything about the business, including the health and safety responsibilities.
Employee well-being refers to the state of an employees' mental and physical health, resulting from dynamics within and sometimes outside of the workplace. Higher employee morale and physical, mental, and financial well-being results in a greater performance from the employee.
We are often asked "How do you promote employees well being in the workplace"?
We have found the best way to promote employee well-being in the Workplace is to (1) Make recognition a part of your company culture. (2) Practice mindfulness. (3) Enable continuous learning.
(4) Create an impactful mentoring program and (5) Promote mental health awareness.
By engaging with your employee's, communicating, training, praising and encouraging, you will be promoting a safe workplace environment, where all employees feel truly valued.
Your HGE Advisor manages HR meetings, hearings, interviews, consultations, strategy, telephone advice, letter writing, contracts of employment, bespoke policy documents and, if desired, can report to your board.
You should consider outsourcing your HR to HGE for the following reasons:
The expertise that HGE have along with the backing of our legal services division, means we use law as a tool rather than a roadblock. The HGE HR professionals have the skills and experience to manage your HR and Employment law needs, and we have an entire legal services division to back them up.
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