Employee Relations

Career and Succession Planning

The process for identifying and developing new leaders who can replace others when they leave the organization. It increases the availability of experienced and capable employees that are prepared to assume these roles as they become available.

Coaching and Counseling

Coaching focuses on the developmental side of acquiring knowledge and skills to help employees effectively perform and counseling focuses on changing behavior.

Onboarding Programs

An effective onboarding includes teaching new hires about the mission, vision, values and culture of the organization; it also ensures that new employees fully understand their roles and how they relate to the organization’s big picture operations. New employees should learn what’s expected, how to deliver, and how and when they will be evaluated.

Performance Management

The process for planning, monitoring, and assessing an employee's work objectives and overall contribution to the organization. It involves aligning an employee's skills, competencies, and development plans with the overall business strategy to plan work and set expectations.

Reference Checks

When an employer contacts a job applicant's previous employers, schools, colleges, and other sources to learn more about his or her employment history, educational background, and qualifications for a job.

Retention Programs

Managing for employee retention involves strategic actions to keep employees motivated and focused so they elect to remain employed and fully productive for the benefit of the organization. A comprehensive employee retention program can play a vital role in both attracting and retaining key employees, as well as in reducing turnover and its related costs. All of these contribute to an organization's productivity and overall business performance.