The HR professional needs to be able to understand the business needs and what’s required of each employee, but also understand how to be able to get the most out of staff.
A key function of any role within a company is being able to report on their business area. The finance guys have it easy, numbers translate well into reporting. But people and personalities really don’t.
An employee may be enthusiastic and motivated, but due to unrelated circumstances (perhaps troubles in their personal life) can mean that their work performance isn’t meeting the company standard. As an HR professional, you know that this is a dedicated and hardworking employee. But on paper, does this really come across?
Read our blog to learn how to improve and reduce future employee relations cases by taking a person and their personality and turning it into useful data.