Whether you are a start-up, an SME, or a larger company, it is essential to use a structured system for your personnel management.
Of course, the requirements vary by company, particularly by company size.
In this article, we present an overview of personnel management, its role across different areas, and the need for perfect mastery of the tools that help you coordinate the entire organization.
Regardless of its various forms, the objective of personnel management is the same for all companies: to optimize human resources in the company.
Manage your employee data
Choosing the right companion tool to facilitate the management of your business is an important decision.
Choose a fast and secure tool that allows you to update your employees’ entrances and exits with a few clicks. The potential to manage several establishments through user rights management is also an important point to consider.
Your HR department needs to keep documents for each individual employee, such as employment contracts, insurance documents, certifications, and tax documentation. An online panel with the option of adding documents can save a lot of time when you need to quickly find a document.
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Evaluate the performance of employees within your company
Personnel evaluation is a means of monitoring the professional development of an organization’s employees.
It involves employees, management teams, and human resources departments.
This usually means setting up a quarterly, semi-annual, or annual session to evaluate the employee.
This interview usually addresses several topics, such as skills development, management training, and development within the company.
Ideally, this interview should not be a burden on the employee. The well prepared manager avoids making it a source of stress and can used the session effectively for both staff assessment and professional development. The manager should keep a record of previous evaluations for better follow-up.
Some recommendations for preparing for this performance appraisal interview appear below.
Simplify vacation and absence management in your company.
Does automating vacation management in your company seem complicated to you? Don’t worry— there are many dedicated management tools that will meet your needs without too complicated an implementation process or exorbitant expense.
Digitalizing vacation management will allow you to say goodbye to a tedious task and save you time on a daily basis.
One option is to ask employees to manage their own absences: they consult their vacation balances and make their vacation requests directly in an online portal or software. For their part, the HR department or the employee’s manager will only have to approve (or deny) the vacation.
Promote training activities within the company with the training plan.
What exactly is the training plan? First of all, this plan includes whatever training measures are defined within the framework of the company’s personnel management policy.
It may include training to help the employee develop new skills. A review may also be planned to check its level and open up new professional opportunities.
The employer is responsible for developing the training plan and, depending on the size of the company, employee representatives may contribute to the employee training schedule.
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