HR Index: Get your firm on board

HR Index: Get your firm on board

Every year, the Human Development Index gives a simple yet comprehensive platform on which the development of Nations can be measured. Similarly Forbes magazine developed an index to determine the wealthiest people in the universe while Fortune magazine produces a list of the biggest companies on Ea [...] read more

How employers react to external crisis

How employers react to external crisis

This article features the effects of the Iceland eruption in Europe on the local mwananchi in Kenya, could such a disaster be curbed by HR in future read and find out. When I saw the headline 5000 Kenyans to be laid off my heart was disturbed and I could not help feeling sorry for the victims in [...] read more

Advance your Resume

Advance your Resume

The basics of resume / CV writing resume is an evolving description of your experiences that documents your skills and knowledge, network and the referees. It is an outline of your accomplishments; commonly referred to in the job adverts as hands-on experience of a number of years at a level in t [...] read more

How to develop an effective sales compensation program

How to develop an effective sales compensation program

A sales compensation plan is a challenging topic for many people because they think in terms of absolutes. Most of the questions asked start with, “What is the standard (salary, commission, or both and at what percentage) for (industry, product or service)?” Unfortunately there are no hard [...] read more

Human resources as a profitability factor

Human resources as a profitability factor

Some people take HR as a mere course that they recommend to their; children, relatives, siblings or friends to study. However Ken and Robert take it as a profitable venture read on and find out how this can be feasible. What would you do if you had a Human Resources manager who could: Improv [...] read more

Socio-Economic factors affecting employee management in Kenya

Socio-Economic factors affecting employee management in Kenya

The priority given to individual as opposed to the collective relationship varying between companies depending on the values of management. Employee relations management is about ensuring the organizational change is accepted and then implemented. The business environment in which employers opera [...] read more

 

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