These are basic, foundational processes and systems that need to be in place for your business to produce its products and services. And, before you can grow or further develop your workforce and business, these elements need to be solid.
Think about it: What happens when you build a house on a shoddy foundation? Walls crack. Pipes leak. So instead of building that extra room or upgrading your appliances, you spend all your time and money fixing the problems caused by the flimsy foundation.
Same is true for your HR. If you're miscalculating wages or not paying employees on time, you're not going to retain your people. You'll spend your time and money recruiting, hiring and training replacements, instead of developing the good ones you had.
But if you think shoring up your company's tactical HR functions will put you on the road to long-term success, think again. Remember, tactical HR tasks are the basic functions a business needs to execute to keep its doors open and its workforce employed.
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