Have you ever wondered why people in HR do what they do and more importantly how they know if they have achieved it? HR Metrics help us have a better understanding the Return on Investment of Human Capital Initiatives.
This is the second article on the War on Talent Series. I sat down with the formidable Mafipe Chunga, to find out how he was not only surviving the war on talent, but quite frankly flourishing.
People being an organisations greatest asset is highly dependent on the people. This need, but lack of talent has brought about ‘the war on talent.’ This series of articles will ensure you not only survive the war on talent, but thrive.
“Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.” ― Benjamin […]
Aretha Franklin was on to something when she sang; “R-E-S-P-E-C-T Find out what it means to me” More […]
Ever wondered why firstborns are ‘bossy’ and last borns are … “special.” I took it a bit further and asked, could this change how we practice H.R?
“Our feelings are not there to be cast out or conquered. They’re there to be engaged and expressed […]