Employee Promotion - Internal or External?

Promotion is one of the human resource’s core tasks that determine the direction of an organization. As simple as it may sound, it is one of the difficult undertakings that keep human resource managers hoping that the decision they make will help the organization achieve its goals. The hardest part is choosing one person to fill a vacant position from a large stack of resumes from many potential applicants, some of whom have been within the organization and those who have never worked there but have impressive CVs. Which would be the best choice? The person who has worked within the organization doing a great job, working hard to help the organization achieve its goals or a new face with an impressive CV but has not worked within the organization and has not been tested before? The reality here is, you have all these options at your disposal. Here are the benefits of promoting employees internally that might help you make the right decision:


Is It Time To Refresh Your Company Handbook?

Standard operating procedure for the company handbook usually requires new hires to attest with a signature that they have read and understood the information within the handbook. We deliver the handbook, request their signature, and then retain the documents for our records. However, you have an opportunity to do more with this important business practice.


Companies Not Investing in New Employees

A new survey by Brother shows 72 percent of respondents think investing in technology will bring a bigger return on investment than hiring new employees, reports Fox Small Business. Read more...

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