Whether you’re pivoting from traditional human resources to people operations or you’re new to the practice of people ops, having the right tools is key to success.
From payroll and employee benefits to hiring, onboarding, and training, people operations covers a lot of ground. There’s a lot that those in POPs roles are responsible for, which can make them a daunting prospect for many.
Luckily, you don’t have to go it alone. While POPs is unique from HR in many ways, it does envelope some tried and true processes. Why reinvent the wheel when you can just borrow from those
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