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The human resources industry is ever-changing and adapting to the new technologies, a new workforce generation and the exit of another workforce generation. Practices that were standard in 2018 could already be out of date. The good news is there are industry experts who can lend insight into the 2019 trends for the HR industry.
The millennial workforce is definitely not an easy one to please. With employee retention rate lower than ever before, and the modern worker being completely unafraid to leave a steady job in search of better opportunities and a more appreciative work environment, it’s no wonder that modern entrepreneurs and business leaders are struggling.
“We don’t see the world as it is, we see it as we are,” Anaïs Nin once wrote. One place where it is especially apparent that people hold different perspectives of the world and themselves is in the workplace.
By learning to view the world through different perspectives, and being open to adjusting our behaviour, each of us can better adapt, connect, lead others more effectively and work better in teams.
Whether you are an HR leader, manager or work within a team, here are some tips on how to better understand your colleagues and build a foundation for success.
Social Care Wales has a responsibility to protect, promote and maintain the safety and well-being of the public in Wales. An integral part of the Welsh public service and a sponsored body of Welsh Government with a budget of c.£20m and a workforce of 125, its approach is focused on good outcomes for people, and the social care and early years workforce. To achieve this, it focuses on 3 strategic aims: providing public assurance, developing the workforce, and leading and supporting improvement. It is seeking a Director of Regulation (Registrar) to join its Executive Management Team and play a key strategic role in the planning and delivery of the organisation’s work during a crucial time.
For all the power CEOs wield, they can't add hours on the clock or days to the calendar.
Yet everyone wants a piece of them: Leadership teams, senior managers, rank-and-file workers, customers, board members, investors, outside groups, the media. And they want their attention face-to-face, on email, by text and by phone, even on weekends and vacations.
Add to those demands CEOs' personal needs — for rest, relaxation, time with family, exercise and doctor appointments.
That's why those running companies have to be very discerning in how they use their hours.