Why your employees have the right to be sacked and how, as HR professional, you can contribute to their revitalising.
It has been exactly 1 year ago, 25 May 2018, that the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into effect. Do you have everything in place in the meantime? Below you can find what else will come your way.
The compliment that you gave to your neighbour this morning regarding his new shoes cased a big smile on his face the entire day. This smile worked contagiously on his colleagues, friends and family. Such as small gesture with such a great impact on another person and the surrounding…. That makes us think about all the consequences of all our small actions.
In our team meetings we talk about work, but clearly we also share personal matters. What have you been up to? What’s keeping you busy? Coincidentally some team members are in the middle of moving houses, including myself. And of course a story about a delivery that goes wrong has more attention than one that went well.
As you probably noticed in the (social) media: Albert Heijn is going to open a store in which you don’t have to pass by a cash register to pay for your groceries. Only a pass holding in front of the shelfs is sufficient to make sure the due amount is being paid within ten minutes. No more long queues. But also no cashiers anymore in such a settling.
Since the 25th of May 2018 a new privacy law is applicable in Europe: the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). It is impossible you missed this hype. Do you want to have an overview regarding the most important changes by this new law? In this article you will read about the consequences of the GDPR for both employer and employee.
How can we survive without social media nowadays? It provides us with the most actual information and it allows to reach specific target groups. Also companies make a lot of use of social media to advertise for potential customers or to post vacancies via transparent recruitment platforms, such as LinkedIn.
(This blog is written by our guest: Robert de Muralt – Consultant De Muralt & Dechesne)
Nowadays, many organizations have to deal with high absenteeism rates. Research of NRC and Bureau interview NSS, among others, shows that 60% to 80% of all absenteeism has nothing to do with sickness, but with demotivation, labour conflicts, high workloads, lack of pleasure in work, and involvement with the company.
Most of the time we concern ourselves with who and what we want to be(come). Then I hear my five-year-old daughter singing Barbie extremely loud:
What if I sing really loud
And I am not afraid things will go wrong
That is what I love
To show where I stand for
I let it all go
Just because I am standing in the light
What if I shine?!