Sunday, 27 October 2013

People Development Best Practice

PEOPLE DEVELOPMENT

Best practice organisations enable employees to develop and fulfil their potential:
    people development
  • make sure employees’ contributions are recognised and adequately rewarded
  • encourage equal opportunities regardless of age, gender, race or religion
  • promote the acquisition and updating of new skills and knowledge at every level
  • have effective internal communication systems to encourage the transfer of knowledge and information vertically and horizontally
  • have effective employee consultation arrangements
  • empower all employees by encouraging individual ownership and focus on customers
  • maintain constructive relationships with trade unions where recognised (a ‘partnership’ approach)
  • provide as much employment security as possible.
 Source: DTI's "Best Companies: Best Practices", www.dti.gov.uk/bestpractice/assets/bcbp.pdf

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