Human Resources. Should it be this stressful? I do know it doesn’t get easier with time. It changes. There are good days, bad days, great days, and days I just say, “YES! I am thankful, happy, and blessed to be in this profession.” Then, there are other days.
Here are a few tasty problem solving tip to help you in your day.
Do you control your environment or do you let it control you? HR is not a known science; there is gray in what we do. So often our decisions are based on interpretation and judgment. Fear creeps in and we question if our decisions are sound. In the end, you are measured by maximizing critical decision making skills, project management skills and ultimately the success of winning or achieving your given goal. Here are a few thoughts to keep in mind as you work through challenging business situations.
The U.S. Department of Education says that women have been earning more degrees than men for more than 28 years. And yet, the studies prove that women still aren’t moving up the corporate structure very quickly. Last year, Catalyst updated their statistics regarding women who sit on Fortune 500 Boards and found that the percentage (approximately 16 percent) is simply not changing.While I don’t profess to have the answer to these challenges, I am fascinated by the profiles of women who reach the top.