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HR Strategy

Your Challenge

In the ever-evolving world of business, having a robust HR strategy and an effective human resources management framework is no longer a luxury—it's a necessity. Failing to prioritise these critical aspects can pose significant challenges and have adverse effects on your organisation. A well planned HR Strategy and Framework is a roadmap for solving your organisation's biggest challenges with people-centric solutions.  If you don't implement a HR roadmap you are setting your people up for failure. To minimise employee conflict, lack of recognition, inadequate training, and poor team building a solid HR strategy supported by a robust HRM framework is detrimental to your organisation's success.

What happens if you don't:

Talent Acquisition and Retention Challenges:

Without a well-defined HR strategy, attracting top talent becomes arduous. A strong HR strategy ensures you have the right people on board and provides frameworks for talent acquisition, development, and retention.

Inefficient
Workforce Planning

Without a comprehensive HR strategy, workforce planning becomes a guessing game. Ineffective planning can lead to a shortage or surplus of staff, impacting productivity, customer service, and overall organisational efficiency. A robust HR strategy equips you with the tools and insights needed to align workforce needs with business objectives, optimise resource allocation, prepare your workforce for tomorrow's skills and adapt to changing market conditions.

Compliance and
Legal Risks

Failure to establish an HR management framework that adheres to legal requirements and compliance standards exposes your organisation to significant risks.  A strong HR framework ensures compliance with employment laws, industry regulations, and ethical practices, mitigating legal risks and safeguarding your business's integrity.

Low Employee Engagement and Performance

In the absence of an effective HR management framework, employee engagement and performance can suffer.  A robust HR framework provides the structure and support necessary to foster a positive work environment, drive employee engagement, and boost overall performance.

Lack of Organisational Culture and Values

A weak people strategy can result in a lack of clearly defined organisational culture and values.  A strong people strategy establishes a shared vision, values, and cultural framework that guides decision-making, fosters collaboration, and creates a cohesive and inclusive organisational culture.

Our Solutions

Meeting

Annual HR strategy development planning and execution

  • Strategic HR Planning

  • Organisation design and development

  • Risk and Governance

  • Restructure Advice

  • Change, Communication & Implementation planning

  • Business process re-engineering

  • Ongoing consultation post HR Strategy implementation

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Human Resources Management Framework Development and Implementation

  • Recruitment & selection

  • Performance management

  • Learning & development

  • Succession planning

  • Compensation and benefits

  • Workforce Architecture​

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Organisational Resource Optimisation

  • Resource management 

  • Roster optimisation

  • Organisational operating model

  • Workforce planning​

  • Organisational capability

  • Role Design

  • Continous learning culture

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