HR processes are often overlooked in a company. No matter how big or small that company is, HR responsibilities are extremely important. An organization cannot build a good team of working professionals without good HR.
The key purposes of the Human Resources team include; recruiting, training, performance appraisals, motivating employees as well as workplace communication, workplace safety, employee relations, and much more.
Over at Process Street, we have created 6 HR templates to help you keep on top of your HR. These processes can be used daily, but some of them are better used less often than others. They piled with information to help you improve Human Resource processes within your company.
Job Description Template
Writing a job description may sound easy and quick to do, but in actual fact, it isn’t. We almost take for granted the fact when we’re job hunting online and we see jobs, we forget the amount of work that actually goes into that posting. It doesn’t matter the size of the company, writing a job description needs preparation and work put into it.
“Don’t be limited by your job description” – Stacey Snider
If it is time for your business to begin hiring, either 1 or 10 employees and if you are unsure what preparation and work go into a job description then this Job Description Template is for you.
Employee Background Check
When you’re looking to hire an employee, you need to know a little bit about their past — so you know if they’re the right person for the job or not. No business wants to hire someone who can potentially damage the company’s name and reputation. Being made aware of any problems a potential candidate has had in the past, will allow you to judge if they’re capable of working in the advertised job.
If you are unaware of what type of checks to carry out, and what to ask a candidate then this Employee Background Checklist is for you. You will also learn about the checks you are entitled to carry out and the one you need permission for. Knowing your potential employee’s is a MUST!
If you are at the stage of looking to hire a new employee or more than one, but you are unsure on what to do then this Recruitment Process Checklist is for you. You will learn about advertising a job to conducting an interview amongst others.
“Great vision without great people is irrelevant.” – Jim Collins
The recruitment process can be carried out different ways for different companies, for larger company’s they will go through a longer process (speaking to many managers, different departments, etc) — for a smaller company it can be much simpler, but this does not mean it is any easier, there is still a process to be followed when recruiting new employees.
Performance Review Template
If it is the time of year to review your employees’ reviews but you are unsure of where to start, what to do and how to carry it out then this Performance Review Template is for you. At some point in an employee’s time at a company, they will have to have a performance review to ensure they’re carrying out their responsibilities and tasks they were hired to do. But this isn’t just as simple as a quick
At some point in an employee’s time at a company, they will have to have a performance review to ensure they’re carrying out their responsibilities and tasks they were hired to do. But this isn’t just as simple as a quick pen + notepad procedure jotting down their performance in a day and then reporting it back to the employee, there is a process to follow and carry out. Which involves many steps to ensure an employee gets accurate feedback on their performance.
It isn’t always the case that employees’ are happy with the relations they have within the company either with superiors, the company itself or other colleagues. With larger companies there will be times when an employee or employees’ feel something is wrong and needs fixing but they’re unsure on how to report it. But in smaller businesses there still may be problems that need to be solved to prevent any problems from occurring in the future. That is why this Employee Relations Checklist has been created, to review the relations within the company and how to solve this.
That is why this Employee Relations Checklist has been created, to review the relations within the company and how to solve this.
Once you have run through all of the other HR templates in this post and you have solved many problems that you have been facing. Now you will want to ensure an employee keeps their performance to the highest it can be. But if you are unsure on how to make this happen, then you are in luck because this Performance Management Template has been created for just that reason.
We all want to get the best out of our employees because at the end of the day they are being paid money to do the best they can. But it isn’t always as simple as employees working great and then leaving at the end of the day, there will be times when their productivity drops and you need to know how to review and resolve that.
Employee Termination Checklist
Unfortunately, there comes a time when you have to terminate an employee’s contract which can happen due to any reason. The Employee Termination Checklist was created to help you handle these types of situations and guide you with what processes you should follow. It is not as simple as just telling someone to ‘go away!’ and never come back, you have to follow many steps to make sure the termination of that employee’s contract has been done correctly and legally.
Human Resources Pre-Screening
Once you have posted your job description and received your candidates’ applications and resumes it is now time to pre-screen those. This is not as simple as it sounds as there has to be a lot of preparation, reading and contacting to be done. This Human Resources Pre-Employment Screening Checklist can be carried out on many applicants and be used as often as needed. If you are unsure on what processes to follow and what to do then this checklist is for you!
The Ultimate Guide To Hiring An Intern
Hiring interns are great for the company’s reputation whilst at the same time offering interns a great opportunity to learn valuable experience in their desired field of study. Although just like all the other checklists in the post, there is a process to follow and it is not as simple as just bringing someone on board. There need to be interviews held and offer letters written amongst other things. That’s why we have created The Ultimate Guide To Hiring An Intern — to help you follow the correct procedures when bringing an intern on to the team.
Did you find what you were looking for in this pack of HR templates? If not, let us know in the comments and we’ll make what you need.