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WHETHER yours is a large agribusiness operation with a dedicated Human Resources department, or a small farming enterprise where you look after the personnel function yourself, you need to take care of this important part of your business.
Poor human resources practices can not only affect the daily running of your business and your profitability, they can also affect your business’s brand.
Whether by word of mouth or sometimes for larger employers via the media, your company brand can be tarnished by poor HR outcomes, in turn leading to loss of customers and reputation.
Certainly, you don’t want the first thing you hear when someone mentions your business is that you underpay or treat your employees badly.
Here are some of the key HR issues for businesses along the red meat supply chain:
Don’t forget you will need up to date human resources policies and as well as the websites mentioned above, there are some Australian legal websites where you can purchase ‘off the rack’ policies should you need assistance. The most important thing is that your staff are aware of the policies and sign off on receiving them.
If you are a small business or just very busy, sometimes the Human Resources function may appear to be just more ‘on your plate’, but taking time out to get it right can make an enormous difference to your business.
You won’t be able to tell how many customers or sales you have missed out on because of a poor reputation in relation to the treatment of employees, but remember there is a large multiplying factor with negative word of mouth.
Source: AgCareers.com Australia