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HR ISSUES

 

 

Essential Steps to an Effective Investigation

Human Resources' Role in Corporate Compliance

Issues in Recruitment and Retention: Attracting, Developing and Retaining Employees

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Best Practice Solutions in Recruitment and Retention

Attract

  • Link staffing efforts and business strategy (develop a strategic staffing plan)
  • Utilize technology including Social Networking
  • Leverage employee referrals
  • Incorporate diversity into staffing process
  • Tout the organization's culture and development opportunities
  • Start young- job-shadowing programs for elementary and high school students
  • Get employees involved in election of the fellow employees

Develop

  • Establish mentoring programs
  • Engage Senior Management in Training
  • Tap into the intellectual capital of your own organization
  • Conduct a needs assessment- determine organization's learning need and where there are gaps
  • Communicate learning objectives and celebrate accomplishments
  • Establish links with training resources to bring in specialized training from the outside
  • Develop Career Centers

Retain

  • Workforce stability must be a conscious, deliberate effort by the entire organization (A Corporate Strategy)
  • Select right employee from the start
  • Orientation and Bonding- invest time in orientation to begin the process of developing a sense of belonging that inspires the worker to stay
  • Provide opportunities for personal and professional growth
  • Provide flexible work arrangements/ childcare and eldercare support
  • Pay-for-Performance (share organizational success with employees)
  • Flexible Benefits
  • Get employee input as to what is important to them
  • Utilize internships as a screen
  • Learn from exit interviews

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Essential to any investigation are the following:

  • A single individual should be assigned responsibility
  • Establish a confidential file
  • Define the scope of the investigation
  • After investigation concluded, determine if policy or law has been broken.
  • The results of the investigation, even if inconclusive, should be communicated to both the complainant and accused employee.

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Human resources' role in corporate compliance

  • Development and distribution of written standards of conduct as well as policies.
  • Education and training for employees.
  • Background checks for new employees i.e., reference, education, criminal background check, licensure, etc.
  • Guidelines for internal investigations, disciplinary action and reporting of violations to government authorities.
  • Consistent enforcement.
  • Coordination of provisions between employees handbooks, ethics codes and compliance plans.
  • Coordinate roles of compliance and human resources personnel.
  • Exit interviews.

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