With 2019 coming to a close, it’s a good time to look back at the most popular blogs we’ve posted over the last year. We hope we’ve been able to provide some useful insight on the tasks required of an HR investigative team. The most popular blogs varied quite a bit by topic – so look forward to a wide range of topics again in 2020!
The most popular blog entry this year covered how to properly document the steps of an HR investigation. A process that protects employees and prevents lawsuits is consistent, thorough and fair. It’s a topic we’re pretty passionate about – our product is focused on making sure investigations are properly documented throughout the process.
If you’re trying to maximize the productivity of your agency, there’s some good news. It doesn’t require ping-pong tables, free lunches, or any other tools that are difficult to deploy in government agencies. You just have to get rid of the most toxic employees in the office. This article explains what a toxic employee is, and what they do to your agency’s productivity.
At many government agencies, recruiting is a constant challenge. The process can be slow, the pay often lags private industry pay, and the newest working generation seems disinclined to pursue government jobs. Recruitment challenges can lead to poor productivity – but did you know that it can also lead to employee misconduct?
One of the biggest challenges HR investigators face is receiving information that there’s a problem in the first place. Here are a few ways to make sure that your agency employees know where to go to say something when they see something.
To learn how CMTS:HR can improve your HR team’s investigation velocity and documentation, call us at 919-747-3812 or email us at Team_CMTSHR@CMTSHR.com.