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Book details
  • Genre:BUSINESS & ECONOMICS
  • SubGenre:Human Resources & Personnel Management
  • Language:English
  • Pages:75

Solutions To Today's HR Challenges

60 Top Experts Offer Practical Advice, Strategies, Answers

by JoAnn Laing

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Overview
As the nation continues in an economic slowdown, HR professionals are facing new challenges in their everyday work. This book chronicles some solutions offered by experts to these challenges and suggestions on how best to prepare for a changing workplace environment. 60 experts offer practical, tested solutions to meeting, overcoming these challenges. Tackling challenges in eight key areas, the book distills the best solutions as voted on by readers of two major newsletters aimed at senior HR executives.
Description
As the nation continues in an economic slowdown, HR professionals are facing new challenges in their everyday work. This book chronicles some solutions offered by experts to these challenges and suggestions on how best to prepare for a changing workplace environment. At the core of their responsibilities, HR professionals are charged with helping company leaders achieve their goals for the enterprise, their employees and themselves. For the past decades in the pages of Your HR Digest and Managing Your HR, experts, successful practitioners and consultants have shared their experiences and knowledge for improving human-resource management with Information Strategies, Inc., (ISI) readers. The solutions in this eBook were chosen based on the feedback from readers who demonstrated their preferences by repeated visits, email responses and follow-up with the experts themselves. In most cases, these solutions have focused on smaller enterprises, usually under 100 employees. However, the suggestions can also be utilized by larger companies as well, and in times of economic upswing. For ease of use, the strategies shared below have been divided into specific areas: • Business Leadership • Organizational and Employee Development • Staffing • Employee Relations • Benefits • Technology • Managing HR in a Slow Economy • Multi-Generational Work Force Also included in this volume are the results of the studies performed by ISI’s editors on a variety of subjects conducted as late as July 2011.
About the author
JoAnn M. Laing is a nationally known authority on small business marketing and consumer directed healthcare (CDH). Overseeing multi-billion dollar business groups, she has been a successful leader in efforts to build and focus organizations on targeted marketplaces. For such companies as Sara Lee, Olivetti, First Advantage and Citibank, she has developed internal and external strategies to identify new opportunities and to grow the organization’s ability to profitably sell products and services. A graduate of the Harvard Business School, Ms. Laing has also brought smaller companies to liquidity events. At Information Strategies, Inc., she conceived and directed the creation and growth of a $35 billion sales channel to the small business marketplace. A past and present board member of several for-profit companies, she also helped to create the National Robotics Education Foundation. Ms. Laing is also a graduate of Syracuse University’s Whitman School of Management. Her other books are The Janus Principle, Focusing Your Company On Selling To Small Business The Consumer's Guide To HSAs Small Business Guide To Health Savings Accounts
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