Sharing Ideas, Inspiring Changes


The holidays can be a season of excitement, joy and celebration but at the same time can be hectic and strenuous for any organisation no matter what industry they belong to. This period can also be known as one of the most pressurising moments for HR. Juggling with festivities long with time off requests and year end tasks does not sound like the Christmas celebration for anyone. A HRIS may not be the Christmas miracle you are looking for but can be good as one of Santa’s elves.


As industries turn out to be more competitive, succession planning can be utilised as an effective process whereby an organisation ensures that employees are recruited and developed to fill key roles within the company. By which you are able to employ suitable employees, develop their knowledge, skills and abilities and prepare them to take up more challenging roles. These opportunities may arise as advancements or promotions and require the employee to be transferred to different jobs, departments or on-the-job shadowing in order to gain deep exposure needed for the upcoming job role.

terminate the right way

While every job has its pros and cons, the biggest obstacle for anyone in the HR profession would be termination. Letting an employee go is never an easy task, thus creating the need for HR professionals, managers or even small business owners look into the minor details that can make this task a little bit smoother to handle.

While looking at the big picture many tend to lose the minor details that can carry a long way. The pointers given below can be identified as key pointers to consider when going through the termination process.

higher productivity

Hardly the number of hours an employee stays at office reflects the amount of work completed by the individual. This is where the productivity comes in. some may spend longer hours at office than others but still the productivity can be very low. Extra time spent at office is a cost to the organisation and can affect your work life balance too.

It is not a very uncommon sight that an employee could get bored of their work or may be not motivated enough to complete a particular job. There could be many reasons for this and not putting enough effort by the individual could be one of the major reasons as well.