HR Strategy & Leadership

Organizational success is a team effort, and a well-developed HR strategy is key to fostering a positive work culture, engagement, business performance, and retention. A well-designed HR strategy integrates with the business strategy to create a cohesive, lasting organization. An HR strategy should help set business goals and a plan to achieve them. It should provide a framework for leadership, with crucial permanence indicators (KPIs) baked in for accountability and strategic performance management. Now, we at Employee Cycle know that HR can be a confusing profession for those unfamiliar with the terminology, trends, and the latest in strategy and management best practices. However, with increasing competition for skilled workers, HR can be a proactive, data-driven partner to address organizational needs. As such, we’ve developed a series of educational tips and a knowledge base to advance HR leadership and strategies to help grow an organization’s business goals and needs.

How to create sustainable Diversity, Equity and Inclusion initiatives

How to create sustainable Diversity, Equity and Inclusion initiatives

Creating sustainable DEI programs shows current and future employees you value them. These programs shoul be seen as an opportunity to create better employee engagement, understand your employees and customers better, and to grow as a business – not simply a “feel-good” initiative to say you’ve done it and you have “something” in place. Here’s how to create a sustainable diversity, equity, and inclusion initiative.