Corporate HR Strategy in 3 Simple and Easy Steps

Step 1: Send out a meeting request to all HR leaders — sorry managers, you aren’t really leaders; we meant Directors and above (unless there’s only six people in HR, then you Directors aren’t invited either).

Step 2: In meeting — decide on what the agenda should be for the meeting. Reschedule meeting.

Step 3: New meeting – Change every process we have, be more efficient, be more strategic, be more technologically savvy, implement an entire new HRIS system, create a new employment brand, only hire top talent, kill our “C” players, institute pay-for-performance, design a completely new performance management system, revamp the hiring process, and update those employment posters back in the break room.

Next day: CFO delivers your HR budget.

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Last step — Cancel new HR strategy.

This was originally published on Tim Sackett’s blog, The Tim Sackett Project.

Tim Sackett, MS, SPHR is executive vice president of HRU Technical Resources, a contingent staffing firm in Lansing, MI. Tim has 20 years of HR and talent background split evenly between corporate HR gigs among the Fortune 500 and the HR vendor community ? so he gets it from both sides of the desk. A frequent contributor to the talent blog Fistful of Talent, Tim also speaks at many HR conferences and events. Contact him here.

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