When done right, succession planning is the seamless process of replacing a top executive when they decide to leave an organization. However, as business trends change, so does the system. The practice is now more inclusive and has a wider scope. Aside from exit strategies, succession planning should take into account both the short-term and long-term stability and sustainability of a company’s human resources, as well as the individual development of its employees. keep reading
A simple contract is an agreement made by two parties. This agreement can be an oral or a written one. There must be an offer, consideration, and an acceptance to make it valid. Even if the document is not drafted by a lawyer, it can still land you in court in the case of a breach of the contract. It’s advisable to have a written contract rather than a verbal one. keep reading
Hiring can be a difficult process. You need a position filled quickly but you’re not sure where to look, or you don’t have time to conduct a search with all the other things you have to do. There are lots of companies dedicated to helping businesses address this issue but weeding out the good ones from the bad can be almost as confusing as actually hiring a new employee. keep reading
Selecting the right employee is a challenging process, even more so for a job within the vulnerable sector. The Criminal Records Act defines vulnerable members of society as persons who because of their age, disability, or other circumstances (temporary or permanent) are in a position of dependence on others or are at a greater risk than the general public of being harmed by a person in a position of authority or trust.