Human Resources

Human Resources (HR), also sometimes referred to as Human Capital, are the people who make up the labour force of an organisation or entity. The task of those involved in Human Resources management must carry out tasks that are predominantly administrative in nature. The tasks involve documenting and monitoring grievances, terminations, absences, performance reports, compensation and benefits. In addition to this, HR personnel must also be involved in the process of recruitment, hiring, and the training of new employees.

What We Offer

If the staff that make up your business are engaged, motivated, loyal and content – your business is likely to outperform expectations. People- with all their complexities and differences are at the heart of any organization, if they perform then the business achieves its goals.

At a basic level HR deals with the entire lifecycle of an employee within an organization. Hence HR is a multifaceted discipline with many separate areas of expertise.

How We Help You

HR activities encompass the entire organisational structure and act as the custodian and implementor of the company’s core values. As such, HR is critical to the success of the organisation.

We provide a number of independent and integrated HR services – ranging from a full outsourced function to providing individual facets of the HR service. Let us know what your specific requirement is and we can tailor an HR solution to suit.

Our Services Include

  • Organizational development
  • Equity and BEE compliance
  • Profiling – using various tools
  • Contracts
  • Change management
  • Recruitment
  • Job descriptions
  • Team development

Human Resources FAQ’s

Why is HR important?

An organisation cannot build a good team of working professionals without good Human Resources. The key functions of the Human Resources Management (HRM) team include recruiting people, training them, performance appraisals, motivating employees, as well as workplace communication, workplace safety, workplace loss control and much more. Without these essential services managed and monitored, your business could run into legal and staffing problems.

Why do HR recommend job profiling?

Job profiling is important because an organisation must function in a synergistic manner in order to derive maximum benefits from its Human Resources (staff). Business is a competitive environment. As such, efficient, creative and productive teams are needed to enable a company to exceed the efforts of their opposition. Job profiling ensures that the right staff members are recruited according to their individual temperaments and skills.

Must I submit an Equity Plan?

Definitely! The days of submitting a few figures and a basic plan are over. If you fall in the equity parameters, you must submit your plan timeously, as the penalties for not doing so are punitive.

Why have job descriptions?

A job description turbocharges the employment relationship – it provides direction and parameters to the employee. The drafting of a job description requires an employer to thoughtfully engage his mind as to what is really required of an employee in that specific position. It sets a foundation for both parties understanding the position and setting realistic expectations.
Our experience is that very few employers implement effective job descriptions. Those that implement accurate, well-worded descriptions have more effective staff as they are aware of what is required of them at all times.