I want to move to employee relationsOn 7 May 2002 in Personnel Today Comments are closed. I have worked as an HR generalist for six years. I find I am increasinglyinterested in employee relations. What are the prospects for careers withinthis area? Is there a demand for this specialism and where do you think such acareer path could lead? And would there be any disadvantages to such a careermove? Caroline Battson, head of interim, Macmillan Davies Hodes Employee relations is one of the most popular areas of a generalist role inHR. In addition to solid generalist knowledge, the attributes needed fordealing with employee relations issues successfully within an organisation aregood communication skills, and the ability to influence and consult. It is a specialism within a generalist’s remit in the same way ascompensation and benefits, and training. If employee relations is the area youfind most interesting, you should have little trouble finding a role that hasan employee relations focus. You may want to concentrate on companies with large HR departments, as theywill often have dedicated employee relations’ positions within the HR team. Youwill find that an in-depth knowledge of this area will ensure you are in a goodposition to secure employment as it is the base for all HR roles. Cliff Dixon, consultant, Chiumento This field is specialist, and you will need to be sure you have sufficientinterest and aptitude to handle the necessary detail. Traditionally, this work has been found in large corporations and sectorssuch as manufacturing and engineering, but is now also being outsourced. Thisis creating a demand for writers of clear formatted guides and deliverers whocan enable managers to get to the core of an issue as fast as possible. You should thoroughly research the market for jobs, networking with bothspecialists and relevant generalists. CIPD magazines will give you anindication and HR recruitment agencies can help with unadvertised contacts. Test your own suitability and temperament for this type of work with allyour contacts. You will also need to carefully assess your long-term careerplan. Moving from generalist to specialist not only means less variety ofcontent, but can be a disadvantage in the future should you wish to revert. Inany event, you will need to stay in touch with the entire HR sector to maintainyour credibility. Peter Sell, joint managing director, DMSConsultancy You say you are interested in employee relations but it depends on how youdefine employee relations. A number of academics have put forward the view thatit is more than just procedures, staff negotiation and consultation. It isabout creating a climate that enhances the contribution of the employee. Anemployee relations professional should therefore be looking at performancemanagement programmes, training and development to improve business performanceand employee involvement. If this is the view you subscribe to then this couldbe a good career move where you can be seen to make an impact. If you take a narrower view, namely that employee relations is aboutemployment legislation, conflict and policy, then there are roles in theprivate and public sector. This will give you a specific expertise, but willnot necessarily restrict your future career options. Related posts:No related photos. Previous Article Next Article
outside the chain to attract spiders, content to retain users
usually we will encounter this situation: our chain, included more than others, but no good ranking. And a lot of this is the case of the SEOER and a terrible symptoms, that is the face of the chain and set over competitors but no people ranked good circumstances, can not find a way beyond the competitors, that is to say do not know which direction should put effort, as if the previous teacher taught us the set no matter, confused, this is the most horrible place in our SEO operations personnel. How could that happen? What should we do about it,
emergence of this situation is a big reason is that the user experience is good, PV high, in fact, when the keyword ranking of the site began to be relatively near, it is time for us to spell the user experience. Because when your site ranking exam, Baidu click on the principle of your site keyword into effect. When you click the principle of Baidu site in effect you, that means you and others of the site is no longer than anyone else outside the chain, we often see this situation: there are many sites the first time rarely do the chain, some also lost a lot of the chain (we all know that outside the chain life cycle), but they rank still does not move.
, if you told me today that your chain was more than the first place, why was it behind him?. Then you win, fight, lose the war. In the number of chains in this battle, you did win, but your pattern only stay on the chain, people’s eyes higher than you a step. People look into the user experience up, this is not a realm, like when you do the production, people have begun to play the brand, when you do the brand, they develop industry standards. This situation, you are always slower than others a step, lost is very normal, so advise those keywords ranking is still second pages and third pages of friends, don’t spell the chain. Because when your keywords ranking before, the chain can play little role, at this time the decisive factor is the user experience.
that many people may want to ask, the value of the chain where? The value chain the biggest is to attract the search engine spiders crawl your site, so that the site quickly get a good ranking, this is the chain of the mission. And when you have started on the website ranking and stabilized, the search engine will regularly to crawl your site, the chain also play a role is not so important, in fact, why you see a lot in front of the site outside the chain of no more than you because of this. When they ranked outside the chain pushed up. By the end of this mission, we have taken a different set of tactics, which is the user experience. Do good content, do what meets the needs of users, and do high quality content that can solve user problems.
of course, we don’t say we don’t do chains outside