Human resources is the backbone of any organization—and they’re an ergonomically sturdy one, at that. From new hire onboarding and compliance to building a delightful culture, HR teams are a key part of the development, growth, and productivity of a business.
Human resources teams are charged with keeping all the ducks in a row while ensuring everyone is productive and happy as a clam. Facilitating company culture can sound like a tall order, because getting everyone on the same page isn’t always easy. So how exactly does human resources foster productive processes on their team and throughout an organization?
Clear communication and transparent teamwork are at the top of the list for the Trello human resources team, who have developed a series of Trello boards for any HR team to try. Here are a few more must-have factors that our team uses to keep productivity powered up:
By organizing human resources management in Trello, HR teams can tick all these boxes and give a kiss goodbye to piles of paperwork. After all, the focus should be on making your company the best place to work.
Explore the five HR boards below and customize them for your team!
Remove the stress and make the first day at work a success for your bright-eyed, new hires.
Dust off the age old employee manual for today’s modern workforce.
Manage your recruiting pipeline from anticipated future needs to closed positions.
Manage candidates and keep your team on track during each step of the interview process.
Foster team building and a strong company culture with a social committee board.
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