69% of Millennials would rather make $50k a year at a job they love than $75k a year in a boring job.
On top of that, the cost to the US economy of a disengaged, dissatisfied employee can be up to $500 billion a year.
So how do you make sure that you provide a role that both addresses the needs of your employee and aligns with company goals?
The answer? Adopting these HR best practices.
At Process Street, we recognize the delicate balance between your business and your employees that’s maintained primarily by your HR department. The best practices in this post will ensure that balance stays in place.
You don’t have to take just our word for it, though. We’ll also look at how Adobe, Google, Accenture, and Salesforce implement them in their own companies.
In this article, we will discuss the following:
- The benefits of HR best practices
- Implementing your HR best practices
- HR best practice maintenance for the long-term
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