Everybody seems to have an HR horror story. It's not because HR is evil, but because of the misunderstanding between what employees think HR is supposed to do – and what HR actually does.
Thankfully, there are steps that can be taken to overcome these negative perceptions and ensure that HR and employees can work together towards a common goal. After all, a happy employee is also a productive one!
"10 Reasons Why Employees Hate HR"
Why Employees Keep Their Distance from HR
- The thing that 95% of HR is not doing, but should be
- How negative feelings get started in the first place
- They're probably not thinking what you think they are
- When sticking to policy isn't the best policy
- What employees think HR is not doing that concerns them most
Packed with the best and latest thinking, this fast-read executive report gives you actionable ways to squash any negative HR stereotypes at your organization today.
What HR Can Do to Build Better Work Relationships
- Steps to putting a 'face' on the 'faceless' department that enforces the rules
- The underlying solution to getting rid of the 'bad cop' perception
- How to make the workplace rumor mill work in your favor
- Put the megaphone away – how to build trust with employees
- The more effective alternative to the parent and child relationship
"10 Reasons Employees Hate HR" is a clear, straightforward guide any professional can use to survive a federal classification audit and come out on top in a worker classification-related lawsuit.
Small Changes That Will Halt Negative Stereotypes in Their Tracks
- The great challenge of HR – and how to resolve it
- Ditch the gibberish – why so many employees don't understand HR
- Bust through the bubble – why knowing the workplace inside and out is so important
- HR's secret weapon to better relationships is closer than they think
- For the good of the company – how to get on the same page as employees
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