While a standard change management methodology can be applied to all types of projects, the change management strategy and the content of the change management plan should be built specifically for each project in order to ensure the defined approach is relevant for your context and company. The change management culture of your company is also something you need to take into account when building your change management approach; a quick analysis of past successful projects (or failures) could give you helpful insights.
As with all products and services, not all Global Payroll solutions are created equal. Many vendors grandiosely announce they provide global payroll services yet the reality of delivering a truly global, robust enterprise solution is vastly different. Whilst market analysts unanimously cite NGA as the leader and will guide you a long way down the selection path; there are a few key considerations which will help to ensure you do select the right long-term partner
So what is HR Hybrid and how can it contribute to HR Transformation? Hybrid HR is the reality that many global HR leaders find themselves with today as they have to transform the HR Service Delivery model. In its simplest form, Hybrid HR means successfully building on the legacy systems from yesteryear to establish the cloud-based solutions of today and tomorrow. It also means innovating where required and possible while maintaining and integrating well-functioning components from the past.
Establishing and maintaining a consistent employee retention strategy can take some time in planning and tweaking as the workforce evolves.
The challenge lies in keeping workers motivated and happy on a daily basis. It must be noted that different strategies work for different workforces (and personality types). Some organizations use incentives such as free lunches, massage sessions and recreational facilities.