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  • IT outsourcing initiatives have a key component: Change management
  • Change management is one of the top aspects to keep in mind when implementing important alterations to the general functioning of a company. Despite thoughtful company policies, this side of change management conducts the risk of remaining uncovered. When it comes to IT outsourcing, most companies see this as a change which comes with several benefits of which we recall smaller costs, access ... ››› more
  • [18 February 2015]
  • Five items to successfully increase your employees' salaries
  • Most companies increase employee salaries at the beginning of the year. While others prefer to do this at the end of the financial year after finalising new budgets for the new financial year. Whichever time of the year you choose to increase your employee salaries, you need to consider a few points. The first and most important is you need to analyse what increases your company can afford. ... ››› more
  • [16 February 2015]
  • To get the most from your HR audit, include these 11 items in your HR audit findings form
  • One of the important tasks when conducting an HR audit is to complete an HR audit findings form. This form records everything you found during your assessment. And will help you decide what steps to take next. Without it, it will be like you didn't conduct the audit at all. You won't achieve your objectives of making sure your policies are legally compliant. You'll still be at risk of non-com... ››› more
  • [11 February 2015]
  • You've just lost another employee. Here's what you can do to avoid losing anymore
  • Cindy resigned last month. She's currently serving her notice period. She's the 8th employee to resign in the last year. You don't understand why you keep losing employees. And this is costing you time and money to find replacements. One way to find out why you're losing staff is to conduct exit interviews. Exit interviews improve employee retention and will help you in other ways too. To... ››› more
  • [19 January 2015]
  • You can't complain about Sandy's revealing top if you don't have this one document
  • It's Friday morning. You greet an important client in the boardroom so you can start your meeting shortly. You're just waiting for Sandy, your assistant, to come in with files. As you take your seat, Sandy walks in and you almost fall off your chair. She's wearing a very revealing top and you think it isn't suitable for work. You decide that, after the meeting, you'll talk to her about t... ››› more
  • [05 December 2014]
  • You've prepared for Thandi's end of year performance review, but have you prepared her?
  • As the year draws to a close, I'm sure performance reviews are at the top of your agenda. You've prepared for Thandi's end of year performance review by doing the following: • You've reviewed her records; • You've assessed her achievements; • You're clear on what performance standards you expect; • You've decided on motivators to improve her performance; and • You've set the d... ››› more
  • [10 November 2014]
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