Policies and Procedures
Require Action, Not Just Words.
Hit a wall? Short staffed again? Not sure what to do?
Building great teams takes time, energy and resources. It’s important to keep current with these best practices in order to building a solid team foundation. Support should align with business goals as well as provincial and federal legislation. As part of a strategic human resource plan when used effectively will support employee progression, improve engagement and increase profits.
As an HR consultant and advisor, the planning process includes assessing current HR capacity and forecasting future HR needs. The planning cycle covers: where are we going, what strategies, skills and resources are needed. The steps to get there are
- Assessing your current HR processes
- Aligning them to current and future business needs
- Identifying the gaps
- Developing an action plan to get there
Employing the right person in small business might be one of the most important components to success. An effective recruitment and selection process reduces turnover and positively impacts the bottom line. These processes match the right person with the right attitude, behaviors, characteristics and skill with the right job. Our recruitment services include:
- Ad placement
- New hire packages
- Employee handbooks
- Policies and procedures
When the desire is to build a great team, the first three months of employment sets a benchmark for both employee and employer. An employee will determine where they see themselves as part of the team and organization, is there a future, will I be successful, do I want to stay! An employer will determine if the employee is a good fit, is capability and will learn, grow, and do you want this employee on my team. Great teams are build on great HR processes, we help companies improve their HR standards using tools to support, review and measure progress.
- Employee reviews
- Development plans
- Performance management
- Succession planning
Actively seeking feedback, and evolving to meet the needs of your employees will separate you from other companies. With four to five generations working together, the needs of employees will vary. Taking the time to know your employees and ask for their input on a regular basis will provide valuable information to keep up with the wants of today’s workforce. We can help improve engagement by:
- Conducting surveys
- Building rewards and recognition programs
- Compensation models
- Wellness planning
- Feedback and surveys