Latest in the Recruitment World – August Updates

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We bring you the best updates from the recruitment world from around the world.

1. Why Managers and HR Don’t Get Along -> 

Have you ever noticed how ambivalent line managers are about the Human Resources function? On one hand, most of them want their HR people to be involved in key strategic decisions and on the other, they want to make sure that whatever they do is not perceived as an “HR program.  

Read the complete article here -> http://blogs.hbr.org/2014/07/why-managers-and-hr-dont-get-along/

2.  Startup Executives May Not Focus On HR, but It Plays Important Role

Two words can make a startup executive’s eyes glaze over faster than any others: human resources. Yet startups in particular need to be prepared for personnel crises that can upend the workplace.

Read the complete article here -> http://online.wsj.com/articles/startup-executives-may-not-focus-on-hr-but-it-plays-important-role-1405653826

3. Role of the HR to Maintain a Safe Environment at the Workplace
Workers spend a major part of their daily life, at least eight to ten hours of it, at their workplace. So, it is essential for them to get a safe and friendly working environment there. It not only helps the worker to be more committed to his job, but also contributes to the company’s overall productivity.

Read the complete article here -> http://news.yahoo.com/role-hr-maintain-safe-environment-workplace-195224505.html

4. What are the risks of ignoring your HR responsibilities?

I spoke to an owner of a small business the other day who told me that he never gets around to doing the HR (human resources) tasks for his staff, it always gets pushed down the priority list. His thinking was that, although he knew he had certain legal responsibilities, ‘nothing bad had happened yet’. Does that sound familiar?

Read the complete article here -> https://bdaily.co.uk/advice/30-07-2014/what-are-the-risks-of-ignoring-your-hr-responsibilities/

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