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A new year is upon us, so the focus is on the future and what it may have in store. HR software has been moving along swiftly for a couple decades now, so 2017 promises to bring ever more changes and trends. The following are a few things that we can expect to see.
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On March 9, 2016, I was sitting in a room with fellow HR professionals from other oil and gas service companies attending the Willis Tower Watson’s 2017 Compensation Trends Seminar hosted by Petroleum Services Association of Canada (PSAC). Early in the presentation, a slide showed headlines of articles that would summarize what most Albertans have been living through – unpredictable times.
Human Resource Consultants – to hire, or not to hire – this is a really good question.
Over the course of my career, I have had the privilege of working with some incredible Human Resources (HR) consultants in a variety of capacities. From full blown project managers to administrative support, they have all served a purpose filling a specific need. That said, at what point do you move away from a consultant and bring the talent in house?