Pointing the way: Developing your appropriate HR strategy
Driving your business forward with the right HR strategy
Why think about your HR strategy?
HR strategy sounds abstract. Usually, the word "strategic HR" is used whenever directional decisions are pending or completely new things demand an answer.
A strategy supports your HR organization company in the big picture. Typical questions to ask are these:
- What should the Human Resources Management stand for in our company?
- What do we want to be a pioneer for?
- What challenges do we have to face and how?
- What principles shape our HR work and decisions?
- How do we prioritize our time in HR?
- What projects and initiatives get our budget?
- How can we support the long-term success and competitiveness of our company?
We help you with our Management Consulting to find and apply your own.
Our view from the outside helps customers to question themselves. And become better as a result.
Focus on consulting services: The HR IT roadmap
How do we proceed?
Your added value with our advice on the right HR strategy
OFFERS IN FOCUS
You can book consulting modules directly as a package with us and thus get to know us:
Don't be afraid of age:
Analysis of the generation mix
Demographic changes present companies with a variety of challenges, e.g., a shortage of skilled workers and young talent or an aging workforce. It is no longer just a question of older employees, but of all employees. Together with you, we develop an individual concept for an optimal generation mix for the future. The goal is to uncover demographic gaps in order to derive recommendations for action in human resources management.
New work feasibly & affordably thought through:
New Work Consulting
Concepts on the topic of New Work require a consideration of many HR aspects such as leadership culture, collaboration patterns, employment contracts, employer benefits, risk assessments etc. Together we analyze and revise your New Work concepts in 1-1.5 day workshops with regard to human resources and labor law issues.
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