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CIPM charges organisations on employees’ engagement for optimal delivery


The Chartered Institute of Personnel Management (CIPM), has charged organisations to build a culture alignment journey and a resilient workforce for a profitable organisation.
They said it became pertinent, following the business world of today that has been disrupted with the emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Guest Speaker at a virtual Human Resource (HR) Advocacy Roundtable by the CIPM, themed, “The Changing Dynamics of Work and Industrial Relations”, Henry Unuakpor, said HR professionals increasingly have the responsibility of charting the course of productivity in any organisation by engaging the workforce for optimal productivity.

According to him, the HR manager has to hone the art of matching the generational mix, which exists at various organisations, and then build a culture alignment journey that will ultimately lead to an exciting workforce.
He said it becomes prominent, especially with the new world of work, which has led to constant changes in business models, employee terms of engagement, trends and generational shift.
He tasked HR managers on the need to have agility, resilience and enterprise mindset for organisational growth.

At the panellist discussion, which comprised leaders in the private and public sectors, the participants were urged to always seek to know more especially in the face of uncertainties in the legal framework, and employee engagement among others.
In her closing remarks, the Registrar/Chief Executive Officer, CIPM, Busola Alofe, urged HR, Team Leads, and Heads of Departments on the need to care for their employees for better delivery.



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