Jacksons Point, Ontario, Canada – HR.com, the largest network of human resources (HR) professionals, has announced the ‘Future of Performance Management’ Advisory Board for 2021. The board will advise on primary research and best practices to help senior HR executives understand how performance management (PM) is evolving today and where it is likely to head over the next several years.
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Upward mobility is the ability for employees to enter at one level and ‘climb the corporate ladder’ of jobs with progressively more responsibility within an organization. It is the role of Human Resources to ensure that employees are engaged, motivated and see a future with the organization rather than leaving to advance their careers.
Biometric time clocks offer a streamlined way to manage employees’ time, attendance and automate payroll processes. Most biometric time clock systems capture and use an employee’s face or a fingerprint as identification. Biometric information is a highly sensitive form of data that needs to be stored carefully and correctly. Biometric time clock laws help protect employees and their personal data by giving clear and structured guidance on how a company must store and secure this information. Additionally, these laws protect employees by ensuring their employer and/or third parties are not profiting from the data by selling or leveraging it.
The first couple of weeks at a new job can make or break an employee’s impression of their work and employer experience. As a human resources manager, it is your job to ensure each new hire is integrated smoothly into the company. It is also important to understand that orientation processes can take a couple of hours to a couple of months.