Transformation, globalization, digitization, drastic changes in the market, post-pandemic state of the industry, delivery difficulties, raise in turnover, partial unemployment, employee demands, teleworking...
One challenge comes after another, all of which must be best managed by a company executive. This quickly gives the impression of being overtaken by events.
Do you want to strengthen your workforce, attract new talent, but don't know how to do it?
Do you have to make significant or difficult lay-offs?
Do you want to hand over your business and you are not sure that you have found the right successor?
The stronger our foundations, the less vulnerable we are to stress in the event of unforeseen adversity. This is about self-management. Become aware of yourself, your goals, your visions, your values and your attitudes. This knowledge forms the basis that will allow you to keep your feet on the ground.
Experience has shown that self-management, self-knowledge and self-efficacy have been the skills most in demand, especially during the Covid crisis. Staying in control in difficult situations preserves the capacity for action and has become a decisive factor in entrepreneurship.
Correctly assessing a talent's potential, understanding a company's values and strategies, guiding an executive to the next stage of their career: The Humanys approach always begins with a careful and sensitive understanding of the situation.
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You put in place systems, applications, talent promotion programs, you practice mentoring, excellent onboarding, offer remote work, invest large sums in staff development, you strengthen your "Employer Branding" - as one does today - to be an attractive employer.
All of that for what?
Our favourite and most valued co-workers quit anyway. So do the ones who are not as appreciated, but are still performing well. Young talents, from which you used to choose the best for further development, do not even show interest or seem to have disappeared.
This retention management issue puts you in despair. You are dealing with a difficult human resources scenario where experienced employees are about to take a deserved retirement and where, at the other end, a generation Z (born between 1996 and 2010) is at the starting blocks but has no urgency to start at all.
Will it be easier? No, not at all
Are there any solutions? Yes.
You need solutions if you want and need to...
You want to keep high-performers, high-achievers and talent in your company, keep them excited – and make employee retention a strength rather than a problem. With Humanys you have come to the right place.
Each company manages the attraction and recruitment of its employees differently. However, all organizations have one thing in common during this time:
we all need effective recruiting if we want to achieve long-term positive growth while maintaining a strong corporate culture. To do this, you want to remain flexible and attractive as an employer.
This is why it is necessary to put in place a global personnel marketing strategy in order to manage different hiring aspects and keep control of the key personnel figures in the context of recruitment. Strategic staff management, clear ideas and strategies on how to enthuse, attract and retain staff, a strong public brand image and, at the same time, satisfied and long-established employees - it's the mix that makes the difference.
But it is complex.
If you don't know where to start your recruitment, Humanys can do it for you. Get help from our experts in staff evaluation systems. In a few steps, this process
Imagine being the most attractive employer in your market in the next 1-2 years. Top talent in the market and leaders in the industry aspire to work with you. Humanys helps you overcome major obstacles and achieve this goal.
Your business faces new challenges in ever-shorter cycles which induces changes in strategy or restructuring. When businesses are restructured, merged or even outsourced, this often leads to redundancies.
Still, as an employer, you know that a company's brand image plays a decisive role in recruitment, especially among younger generations. This brand image is put to the test in situations of redundancies within companies.
Are you allowed to make mistakes in these situations? No.
In the event of an error in the separation process, the value of the company can be enormously affected and lead to high costs, such as industrial tribunal procedures, loss of image, demotivation of the employees who have remained, and much more.
With professional outplacement support proposed by Humanys, the necessary organizational changes are not blocked, and litigation costs can be avoided. The separation process takes place in a fair, consensual and socially conscious manner.
The aim of a professional outplacement is to find a fair and future-oriented solution for both parties - the company and the specialists or managers who are leaving.
Every year, in Switzerland alone, thousands of businesses are passed on to the next generation. For each company, the change of the old management is a profound upheaval which can have important consequences on its future development. When a successor takes over the reins of the company, in most cases, we witness the emergence of a new corporate culture, in which management is handled differently.
Is it important to pay attention to it? Yes.
All the processes that take place within the company must be readjusted and adapted. It is equally important to maintain collaboration with business partners, current customers and employees. The successful settlement of a business succession is not only linked to risks. It also offers the company, its successor and the outgoing partner new opportunities to assert themselves against the competition.
This means that the former owner must accept an outside view and question the existing structures. The following questions can be helpful in this regard:
This reveals the obstacles and crannies that entrepreneurs must first address to make their own business attractive for a takeover.