- September 25, 2017
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New HR Process Announced for Linewatch
Linewatch, a new and innovative addition in the security services market of Melbourne, has today announced a new systematic Human Resource process to kick start better communication and employee performance. The new HR planning process is ideal for a small business. This is because it will involve significantly more than hiring new employees to fill vacant job openings. It will now also incorporate internal transfers, promotions and upcoming employee options, among other duties to ensure effective staff handling.
A Message From The Director
Managing Director Tolga Karabiyik said, “It’s important to have a Human Resource approach that allows employees to get the best out of their careers. They need to feel that they can progress and that Linewatch cares about developing their skills. It’s also important that we are able to employ talented people to develop the team even more.’’
Designed for Employee Performance
Integrating a natural HR operation in the business is likely to lead to employee development and success planning, quicker learning, balanced performance management, as well as better communication. While on security duty in the heart of Melbourne, employee performance will be maximised. It will also allow the company to have a stronger knowledge of the balancing of organisational practices. With regulations arising from increasing and complex governmental laws.
Human Resource management dates back years. It’s a product of the human relations movement of the early 20th century when researchers began documenting ways of creating business value through the strategic management of the workforce. Aside from helping to monitor progress, Linewatch thinks that it will foster a sense of team spirit and camaraderie within the organisation. The company’s vision will ideally rely on input from a broad range of people including managers, employees, customers and investors. It will ensure opinions are valued from everybody.
Human Resource Strategy
This move is audacious, yet practical because developing a small business’s human resources strategies and tactics can seem an especially daunting task. In many smaller organizations, the HR function is handled by the business owner or by a senior manager; without the support of a large team of professionals as is the case here with Linewatch.
However, with time management and dedication, it will be a positive thing. Everybody involved in the business will benefit from it by helping with change, engagement, reward and recruitment.