Engaging Recruitment Agencies

Engaging Recruitment Agencies

Our company is keen to engage the services of a recruitment company for the first time, for a management role for our office. What should HR do?

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Re Employment Decision

Re-employment Decision

We have an employee who has passed the retirement age of 62 and we are considering re-employment even though his performance is average.

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Office Culture

Office Culture

QUESTION Dear HR Practitioners, I am facing office culture challenges where it’s being dominated by long-serving employees. There are some employees whom I spoke to also felt the same but just that there is nothing they can do. Anyone out there who face the same challenge and how do you overcome it? Thanks Joyce   REPLY 1 The culture change must come from the top. Azirah   REPLY 2 Before the change, we need to know the advantages and disadvantages of change by a field analysis, data research and plan making. Then, also need to know the type of change and scope of change basically. Infrastructures of type of change are a policy change, process change, system change, job role change, culture change, behaviour change, the scale of the change – large or small, speed of change – fast or slow and other. The infrastructure of the scope of change is departmental SOPs, departments, workgroups, business unit, division, people, systems and others. There are several changes like political change, economic change, structure change, strategy change, and so on. Change sequence will be broken down when there are uncertainty, unknown points, culture crisis, risk anxiety, the harm of personal interests. HR […]

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Excessive Mcs

Excessive MCs

If a staff took sick leave from various clinic (at least 4 clinics ) for the last 6 months. Can the supervisor counsel the staff over this? Is this reasonable?

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