One of the key elements of thinking about talent in a supply chain model is that an organisation can analyse its current and future skills requirements in light of the talent it has in its “inventory” and pipeline, as well as where it can source the skills it needs to plug any anticipated gaps.
The remote working model raises the question of what the fairest, most competitive and transparent way is for a company to compensate employees who live in cities and countries with yawning differences in their cost of living.
Once you have identified the driving factors that could impact your organisation, consider uncertainties that could have the greatest impact. These might include ongoing lockdowns or power outages, for example, or factors that are more specific to your sector.
By Tim Proome|2022-04-21T14:33:01+02:00April 12th, 2022|
It’s easy to start a business and very difficult to scale it – ask any entrepreneur. There are many resources that can help you. These include business books that often give real world, first-hand experience of how someone else overcame the same challenges you are going through.
A truly flat structure might be hard to create and maintain in practice. However, many of its benefits can be achieved by creating an environment of trust, accountability, high performance and opportunity to grow.
HR departments been tasked with leading organisations through a black swan event, design and adapt plans for the return to the workplace and create new hybrid and models of working. It’s no wonder then that the HR job market is on fire.