Communications

Three ways to get straight to the point

By Lee-Martin Seymour

In HR, we’re tasked with hiring the best and brightest – it’s one of the most important parts of the job, because, as we all know, a business is only as good as its people. However, recruiting the right personnel can also be the most challenging part of the job.

HR professionals come across a lot of great and not-so-great candidates, recruiting for all manner of positions. Interviewers also ask a lot of great and not-so-great questions.

Four tips for improving your organization’s HR communications

By Miranda Nicholson

From performance reviews to paid time off (PTO) requests, most HR professionals understand that HR communication can be tricky. You need to collect a lot of information from your employees (which often entails tracking down individuals and sending countless reminders), but you also need to avoid over-communicating so you don’t clutter their inboxes with HR emails.