Human Resource Management Tips

If you’re a small business owner, you may feel that Human Resources Management (HRM) only applies to large companies and corporations. But effective HRM provides strategies for managing employees in any size business. If your business hires employees on any level, HRM policies can help you improve every aspect of recruiting, safety, employee training, hiring and even firing. Gaining new skills in HRM can help you better deal with every aspect of your business’s human resources.
According to a recent research on organizational behavior that is documented in Franklin Covey Co. Publications:
1. Only 2 out of every 5 (40%) employees are fully engaged in, or committed to their employment situations. Why is this so?
2. Employees are today spending 40% of official working time on unproductive activities, especially driven by social media dynamics. That means wastage of 16 out of 40 hours a week.
3. De-motivated employees exploit only 10 – 20% of their potential, the rest going to wasted efforts, which can never be recovered.
Allow your employees to learn new job skills and offer training opportunities for those who want to improve. E-Learning courses and online training may take your employee away from his job for a few hours, but what he gains in self-confidence and knowledge from effective training will more than make up for any inconvenience the business might feel.
Let your employees work together, share ideas and develop a sense of ownership over their jobs and the workplace. When workers feel free to share ideas, it helps them to be more productive and more effective in their jobs. Give them the freedom to express their thoughts and utilize their creativity whenever you can.
Build relationships with your staff, colleagues and managers. This is done by expressing concern for others, treating people with respect, trusting them to want to do their jobs well, and giving them your full attention when required.
Create an environment that encourages your employees to perform better and recognizes their efforts when they do. It’s easy to overlook a job well done, simply because it’s expected that employees perform adequately. But if you have an employee who has been struggling to improve and she finally makes noticeable progress, let her know you noticed. It can help her to improve even more just to know you’re aware of her efforts.
Learn to communicate clearly, whether in writing or verbally. Communication skills can be learned. In fact, if you struggle in this area.This is one of the most important things you can do to improve your HRM abilities.
Lead your team by example rather than simply direction. This will help your employees respect you much more because they can see you’re not asking them to perform tasks you’re unwilling to perform.
Recognize what works and what doesn’t work in your HRM and eliminate ineffective procedures. Develop systems for monitoring success and learn to adapt your policies as needed to ensure your business is running as smoothly and efficiently as possible.

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