Workforce Management Challenges
Workforce self-evaluation questions
- What does the diversity of your workforce look like?
- How are you taking that diversity into account for your planning and communication?
- What is your company growth/hiring plan over the next five years?
- How does your growth plan impact your current workforce and your HR strategies?
Workforce Management is key to driving growth all while maintaining stability
Hiring new, young talent just out of college is challenging some established practices of management and it’s changing today’s corporate culture. With the shift of the younger employment force from Generation X to Generation Y (also known as “Millennial”), companies are finding that there are different attitudes and work habits that need to be incorporated into the existing culture. With companies now having different generational mentalities and priorities, the corporate melting pot has new challenges ahead.
Keeping employees healthy and engaged is the underlying goal of any employer. Employees who are at their best, physically, mentally and financially, are more productive and drive better outcomes.
While the times and your company’s employees are changing, it is important that not only the younger employees are understood, but also the more senior employees need help understanding and embracing the change as well. It is important to consider how your company will embrace, manage, promote, retain, and most importantly, integrate these new, highly technical workers with the existing workforce.
Employers and employees alike feel a significant impact on their outcomes when working with us. We are highly aware of workforce issues and make it a priority to stay on top of trends and issues that could potentially impact your results. From consultation around challenges, to technology that’s easy enough to use for even your most resistant employee, to our Employee Advocate program, you’ll know that we’re here to help you create a great environment for your talent.