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How Your HRM Sales Person Can Assist With Determining Your Needs

How Your HRM Sales Person Can Assist With Determining Your Needs

HRM Software is another term used for HRIS or HRMS software. For the purpose of this article, it means the same thing.

Don’t think of the HRM sales rep as only a sales person. If they are good, they can actually provide you a great deal of valuable information and provide tremendous assistance with finding a quality system that meets your needs and your budget. Continue reading How Your HRM Sales Person Can Assist With Determining Your Needs

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Types Of Business Intelligence Tools

Types Of Business Intelligence Tools

Business intelligence, as anyone in IT will gladly tell you, is a necessary tool for making smart decisions in this day and age. But what does business intelligence really mean?

The truth of the matter is, business intelligence is a huge field and the term applies to several different types of tools. Each tool offers different functionalities; each type is designed to complement the others in order to provide the client with an overall solution for their business intelligence needs.

Categories of Business Intelligence Tools

Business intelligence tools can include:

Data warehousing and data integration solutions

Data warehousing and data integration are business intelligence solutions which result in the organizations data being centralized. Continue reading Types Of Business Intelligence Tools

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20 Overused Euphemisms in the Work Place (And What They Really Mean)

20 Overused Euphemisms in the Work Place (And What They Really Mean)

      It is a truism that truth works better than deception, as is the fact that honesty is more highly valued than fakery. So why do so many of us rely on the verbal equivalent of these two sins, when talking or writing or delivering sometimes really quite high-profile and important presentations?

    Why? Unfortunately, many of us have fallen into the habit of verbal mimicry and laziness that is characterized by the mindless regurgitation and over-use of verbal tics, management gibberish and meaningless faddisms of phrasing.

    The worst offender (or equal worst, tied with the buzzword bonanza I hate) is the EUPHEMISM.

    So let’s tear the euphemism edifice down!

    SIDE NOTE: The web defines euphemism as…

    “…a generally innocuous word or expression used in place of one that may be found offensive or suggest something unpleasant. Continue reading 20 Overused Euphemisms in the Work Place (And What They Really Mean)

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Appraising Group Work Performance

These are 11 methods of performance appraisal that include:

1. Critical incident method
2. Weighted checklist
3. Paired comparison analysis
4. Graphic rating scales
5. Essay Evaluation
6. Behaviorally anchored rating scales
7. Performance ranking method
8. Management By Objectives (MBO)
9. 360 degree performance appraisal
10. Forced ranking (forced distribution)
11. BOS

And Group Work Performance is one methods that is nearly same 360 appraisal.

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How Encouragement of New Working Practices Can Enhance the North West’s Economy and Sustainability

Derry city is a hub for innovation and enjoys an empowered support system through local Chambers, EU bodies and Cross Border Economic Partnerships. Strategically remote, intelligent planning and investment has boosted the region’s status and supported on-going competitive development. Economic sustainability seems to be a concern behind the support but remote living and static work arrangements are very much a problem of the past in many UK regions. It’s time the north west caught up because they no longer face a geographical disadvantage. Continue reading How Encouragement of New Working Practices Can Enhance the North West’s Economy and Sustainability

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Improve Retention – Identify the Potential in Employees

Improve Retention - Identify the Potential in Employees

POTENTIAL MINING – A plan to maximize employee potential

A personal development program designed to build confidence and maximize leadership and socialization potential in employees. The program is developed in alignment with the mission, values and culture of an employee’s organization in order to protect the investment made in the hiring commitment.

The objective of Potential Mining is twofold: 1) improve employee retention rates for an organization by offering opportunities for employees to excel in their positions and to feel as if they are a vital contributor; and 2) guide employees to live up to their potential.

This program is intended to be administered by supervisors who will maintain confidentiality for each employee. Continue reading Improve Retention – Identify the Potential in Employees

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