Employees are the lifeblood of many businesses, especially those within the mining industry. Skilled mining engineers and equipment operators are not easy to find, so you want to retain the talent you employ today. A centralized human resources management system (HRMS) can provide the edge you need to reduce turnover and create a positive work environment for your team.
Employee turnover can be costly and can have a negative impact on productivity and operating costs. The loss of experienced, talented employees can stop critical projects in their tracks. A modern HRMS solution can enable you to reduce turnover by supporting employees and providing a safe and fair place to work.
Download this complimentary eBook “The Disciplined Approach: How mining companies build profits through strong business processes,” to see how a comprehensive HRMS can provide a solid foundation for mining companies to manage employees with consistency. You can use HRMS to maintain training and certification records, using automatic notifications to remind employees when it’s time to attend a refresher training course. Use these training records to make sure employees can perform their jobs safely and to show compliance with safety or other regulations. You can also use HRMS to manage personnel activities, adherence to corporate policies and procedures, and apply consistent HR practices. A HRMS can be used to monitor pay rates and benefits to ensure that your employees are receiving fair payment in accordance with local standards. You can improve collaboration, productivity, and employee satisfaction when each employee receives the same training, opportunities for career advancement, and company-wide policies are applied consistently and fairly.
Download the free eBook and contact Caron Business Solutions for more information about using a strong HRMS to streamline human resources operations and encourage retention of a skilled, productive workforce.
By Caron Business Solutions, Trusted Provider of Sage ERP and CRM Solutions in British Columbia