Who is responsible for the Organizational Climate?

The organizational climate, a responsibility of the maximum chief of a company, is made of communication, fairness, teamwork and training.

Friday, June 4, 2010

A good working atmosphere is usually considered a responsibility of the HR manager, but the factors that ultimately determine it are controlled by the CEO.

“In this context, the role of the HR manager is to provide permanent advice to directors, managers and bosses on good management and leadership tools, promoting communication, information and a proper treatment of the company’s personnel”.

An article in iProfesional.com notes three phases involved in HR management:
1 – Analyze who exercises leadership in the areas of the company where action is required.
2 – Develop policies and processes to define job descriptions, remuneration policies, staff profiles and performance measurement.
3 – Look for consensus and coordination between managers.

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Companies in Costa Rica are finally adopting the "casual Friday" dress code first implemented in the US half a century ago.

Though some companies relaxed their rules on formal business attire on the last day of the working week in the late 1950s, it was not till 20 years later that the practice became widespread and began to be adopted in the rest of the world.

The Best Companies to Work For

May 2009

FedEx Express is first, Kimberly Clark second, followed by Oracle Caribbean, SC Johnson, Diageo, McDonalds and Agrisal Group.

In the rankings elaborated by the Great Place to Work Institute of Central America and the Caribbean, FedEx repeated as the best company to work for within Central America and the Caribbean.

Job Satisfaction in Times of Crisis

May 2009

Will the “satisfaction equation” or the desire for development and ambition during good times change to a greater appreciation of stability and relationships in the long term?

Paula T. Leñero, Human Capital Manager at Deloitte Costa Rica, analyzed the possible changes in the definition of job satisfaction in times of crisis.

Landing the Best Human Resources

June 2010

Attracting, hiring and retaining talent is imperative to make a company competitive; the methods to achieve this are changing rapidly.

In most productive sectors there are not enough qualified and experienced professionals. In some industries, such as software development, the lack of personnel is even more critical, making it crucial for companies to adopt staff attraction and retention policies.

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