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Why Human Resource is the Ultimate Resource

Today’s world is seemingly rife with entrepreneurial minds looking for the fastest route to a million – competition is everywhere. Monetising your own services, hobbies and talents is so common. It’s easy to forget the value other people can bring you. Fact – Healthy, educated and motivated people develop resources per their requirements i.e. only people can give value to anything by making it useful. Here’s three reasons human resource is the ultimate resource:

Team, Product, Success – In that order:

Microsoft, Apple and Facebook have created success by cultivating a working environment with three key ingredients – qualified staff, resources and the freedom to create. Alongside genuine innovation, more companies would approach the phenomenal success created by ‘the big three’ if more directors built the ‘right’ teams to research and experiment, and afforded them the freedom to find the “golden angle”.

In an unprecedented experiment, Microsoft Japan tested out a four day work week and the results were what you would expect. Employees were happier, meetings more efficient and productivity rose a staggering 40%. While you may not have the significant resources Microsoft does, the principle remains the same – we are all people and should be treated as such. Benefit packages, paid time off and open door policies are a myriad of ways your human resources department can boost creativity and productivity in your employees.[1]

Invest in them and they’ll invest in you.

Brilliance attracts brilliance:

You might find yourself asking – What if I invest in my employees and they leave? Consider the alternative – What if you don’t and they stay? People coming and going is as predictable as the sun rising in the east and setting in the west. It’s a reality you’ll continually have to accept, regardless of ‘who’ you are. The only thing worse than a valuable employee leaving is paying for an unproductive, uncreative and uninspired employee. It is your duty as an employer to create the best environment for your employees to flourish. Do that and your company will attract the brightest minds without much effort while happy customers sing praises of your excellent products and services.

Diversify your team, Diversify your portfolio:

Conglomerates have proven time and time again that diversified investments are a sure way of making money in what can be risky and unpredictable industries. Think Louis Vuitton, Moët and Hennessy (LVMH) who’s reach spans massive fashion houses like Fenty, Bulgari and Dior to renowned distilleries like Moët and Hennessy![2]

Organisations should openly embrace ‘business diversity’ because people are creative! Encourage them to experiment, fail and learn. If the result is that a company will produce multiple concepts and products isn’t it worth it to find a team capable of doing just that from the very beginning? [3]

Now that you realise all you have to gain by recruiting and training the best, you’re wondering – What now? While we still maintain that the best environments attract the best employees, sometimes you need a head start. We strive to deliver the most innovative human resource solutions to add value to our customers. Whether you have a position that needs filling or a team you would like to invest in, here at The Manpower Company, we believe in people.


[1] https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2019/nov/04/microsoft-japan-four-day-work-week-productivity

[2] https://www.lvmh.com/

[3] https://www.forbes.com/sites/ilyapozin/2015/10/08/4-reasons-to-invest-in-people-not-companies/#7e95d7e247cb

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