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Strengths-based HR governance delivers the best outcomes for people and culture

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Culture is the sum of many human parts. 

How can the Board of Directors really know people?  

Humanico is a data-informed, visually analytical, real-time HR management a governance tool organised around knowing your people's strengths and working with them, not identifying their weaknesses and fixing them.  

It creates a living & breathing map of the corporate's collective human face and also monitors the drivers of culture.

Following significant research it was clear to co-founders Fiona Vale and Paul Rush that a strengths-based approach best reflected the future of work, whilst assisting organisations to maximise their human capability.

https://humanico.co/

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Stephanie @ 2021.04.29 9:32 AM
As HR Professionals, Fiona & Paul, you maybe aware that the Australian Standards 4811 for Employment Screening will be updated this year. Contributors we have spoken to say it will include a risk assessment - a professional structured judgement. Is that something that you are across? And have you thought about how to ensure your org's decision making & adjudication is fair & fast?


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