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Human Resources and performance management by www.managedhr.net

From: Simon Pugh <simonp@brite.org>
Date: Tue, 16 Mar 2004 09:01:27 -0000
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www.managedhr.net <http://www.managedhr.net/>  

Our aim is to provide you a 'managed human resources (HR) service' that
will enable your business to cost effectively managed its people
resource requirements through the utilisation of leading edge HR
know-how and smart technology. 





'Managed HR ™' is part of Brite Human Resources Limited, a HR
consultancy founded in 2000 please see www.brite-hr.com . Based on 40
years combined HR and IT experience, Brite-HR and their PerceptGen
technology has emerged as a leader in the consultancy, application and
utilisation of smart Human Resource know-how, advising and designing
bespoke, pragmatic HR solutions for some of Europe's leading companies.
Solutions that not only work, but leverage, drive and sustain
organisation performance and success.





In setting scene, our team have built a range of, sophisticated human
resources tools, coupled with leading edge telecommunication and
internet capability to either supplement or replace, customer HR systems
(both paper and IT led). 

Managed HR offers a wide range of outsourcing options; based around 3
core offerings (1) Attract & Retain, (2) Performance Leadership &
Development, and (3) Knowledge & Reporting. 

Recent research by the Bain consultancy has identified that 90% of
business fail to achieve profitable growth. The primary reason sited for
this failure is that lack of connection between people's day-to-day
tasks and the direction of the business with whom they work. Equally,
research by 'The Balance Scorecard Collaborative' found that:



9 out of 10 companies fail to execute their strategy.








6 of 10 do not even link their budgets to strategy.








only 5% of the workforce understands corporate strategy.







And a global study (2003) by Accenture of the world's top 500 business
leaders identified that changing organisational culture, reducing
workforce-related costs, improving workforce performance and employee
alignment are the No1 business issues.


At 'Managed HR ' it is our experience that the research described above
has just as much relevance for most businesses today. Although it is not
always possible or practicable to invest in the m's resources that many
large businesses devote to raising their performance.


Naturally the more compact your business is the closer you are to
employees, suppliers and customers (compared to larger businesses).
However, it is still time consuming and costly (if done poorly) to
involve your people in the work culture and to keep them up to date with
the progress of the company and any developments that may take place in
the near future, along with the for ever changing requirements of
employment law. In fact, most line managers struggle to manager employee
performance effectively:


At 'Managed HR ' we aim to provide you with a seamless managed human
resource service whereby 60-80% of the routine HR tasks of managing
employee information, data and performance are facilitated successfully
and cost effectively through bespoke internet technology.


Brite Group
Head Office:
St. Leonards-On-Sea
Tel: 01424 444444
Fax: 01424 460500
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