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ENCOURAGE EMPLOYEE FEEDBACK, HR MANAGERS URGED

Business & Economy

The managing director of Busara Africa, Ms Taaka Awori, has called on human resource (HR) practitioners to engage their staff constantly and encourage employee feedback to help grow their organisations and improve the employee experience.

The managing director of Busara Africa, Ms Taaka Awori, has called on human resource (HR) practitioners to engage their staff constantly and encourage employee feedback to help grow their organisations and improve the employee experience.

 

According to her, the employee is the basic unit of any company and their condition foretells the state of the company.

She said it is important for HR practitioners to receive the right coaching to enhance employee engagement and productivity.

Self-appraisal

Ms Awori was speaking at the HR Focus Conference 2018, held under the theme “Enhancing the Employee Experience”.

Dr Ellen Hagan, chief executive officer of L’AINE Services, congratulated participants for taking time off to be part of a capacity-building programme.

She said it is important for leaders constantly to appraise themselves to become better at what they do, hence the need to meet yearly to discuss the world of work.

In her contribution, the editor-in-chief of HR Focus Magazine, Revina Acheampong, said the magazine has a broad vision of creating an all-inclusive community where there is shared experience and learning.

“We believe that this Executive HR Network can change the face of people management in Ghana and we encourage members to properly utilise the tools and resources that would be made available to them,” she said.

Pioneering

The climax of the conference was the unveiling of the “Executive HR Network”, an exclusive platform which creates avenues for shared learning among Ghana’s HR professionals.

The pioneering members of the network include change-makers from the field of human resources and the HR Focus listing of the top 40 HR practitioners who are doing “big things” in 2018.

The Executive HR Network is poised to pursue a project of innovation and change to make an impact on the world of work in Ghana and contribute positively to the state of HR practice.

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