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Building sustainable HR management sends a strong message to the business’ talents

Competition for millennial employees is tight. Younger recruits have a reputation for being creatively resourceful and receptive to responsible business considerations, as well as demonstrating digital fluency and sensitivity to the ethos of emerging market needs and demands. The latter trait, which makes younger staff so valuable, creates challenges as well as opportunities for human…
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10 mistakes to avoid when writing job descriptions

When writing or reviewing your company’s job descriptions, avoid these 10 most common mistakes: Underestimate the scale of the task: paying close attention and taking enough time to write a job description is essential for a constructive and efficient outcome Creating a job description for each individual: a job description should be a written statement…
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The future of companies is open, and it is not about the office plan

The future of companies is open, and it is not about the office plan There has been a paradigm shift, for better or worse, in office design towards open-plan areas fitted with a wealth of communal, non-traditional work areas. There is mounting evidence though to suggest that they are ineffective. But they do reflect a…
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The new CBA job grading methodology for bank employees

The new CBA job grading methodology for bank employees   Among the fundamental changes introduced by the new Collective Bargaining Agreement for bank employees, there is a job grading exercise to perform in order to classify all functions in 4 new groups before the effective date, January 1st, 2020. We have identified the various steps…
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