7 Ways To Manage Your Human Resource

In the era of technology, it is an absolutely lucidity that we have lost the human touch amongst each other. The new generation entrepreneurs feel that emails and applications like WhatsApp can be the appropriate form of communication medium to learn about each other. However, it turns out that the human resource managed by the age old traditions works wonders and prove to be the most beneficial for any organisation. Let’s look at the 7 ways to manage your human resources from it.

  1. Learn about the person emphatically It is very important for the employer to know about the employee and understand him as a person. As long as the employer doesn’t know his employee, he won’t be able to understand his inherent strengths and capabilities.
  2. Succession planning It is beneficial for the organisation if an individual is aware of his individual goals. It helps in bringing clarity and momentum in the workplace. Also, it helps in knowing where he/she is going to be in coming years.
  3. Link Organizational goals and employees personal goals The main aim of any particular organisation is to work towards the betterment of the organisation. At the same time it is very important for the employer to focus on the individual goals of the employee and establishing a balance between both.
  4. Rewards Management in company Rewards Management is a mix of Compensation, Benefits, Work Environment, recognition and career opportunities. Introducing these elements at work place gives a boost to employee’s productivity as he/she is not only monetarily connected to company but with a 360 degree learning approach.
  5. Create a culture in the company When an organisation has a culture going on that reflects the goals of the company, it helps in creating a feeling of belongingness. The employees will be able to relate to the organisation and create a bond.
  6. Feedbacks The employer should constantly give feedbacks to the employees about their work and behaviour in general. This helps in setting the expectation mapping clear and maintains transparency in the organisation.
  7. Following the policies

Policies are for employees not the other way round; hence it should be culturally acceptable rather than regulatory applicable.