Everyone working in HR wants to contribute more – bring more to the table. We want to know that what we do each and every day makes a difference – an impact. So, how do we do that? How do we become Strategic HR Players? My fellow HR Blogger and the force behind the blog, UpstartHR, asks us two questions in preparation of an upcoming ebook.
How to be a Strategic HR Player in 2015
What is strategic HR?
According to Wikipedia.org:
Human resource planning is the ongoing process of systematic planning to achieve the best use of an organization’s most valuable asset – its human resources. The objective of human resource (HR) planning is to ensure the best fit between employees and jobs, while avoiding workforce shortages or spares. The three key elements of the HR planning process are forecasting labour demand, analyzing present labour supply, and balancing projected labour demand and supply.
In Ben’s post, he shares the following:
You’ve heard the talk about HR strategy and how it can make your organization better–now it’s time to live it. I want to help you make 2015 the best year yet in that respect, but I need a little help from you to make it happen.
I’m doing a little research on strategic HR, developing an HR strategy, and strategic HR planning, and I’d really appreciate if you would take this two-question survey to help me understand what you want to know more about so I can prepare to teach those topics.
To take the survey, click here.
About Ben Eubanks
Ben has been blogging for over five years, and he enjoys writing on HR, leadership, and other (often humorous) topics. Ben started writing because he wanted to help make the HR profession better, one HR pro at a time.
To learn more about Ben, click here.