A productive, thriving workforce is the lifeblood of any company, yet providing training, motivation, and guidance often falls to short-staffed human resources departments. HR infographics can help manage talent, improve retention, and boost communication.
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Human resources management infographics
The day-to-day management functions of human resources departments can vary by organization. Some have vast staff management responsibilities, while in other teams, that’s usually left to immediate supervisors.
While HR teams aren’t usually directly responsible for cleaning, many may be tasked with making sure employees are well-informed on any cleaning responsibilities they may have.
Notice the clever use of icons to illustrate the six tips in the infographic. But if you don’t like these, you can just double click one and swap them out in one click:
Effective management applies in meetings, and so here’s a template to help you take actionable meeting minutes to help with your HRM:
We’ve all been in our share of meetings that could have just been an email, but being good at taking notes for meetings can help keep everyone on track.
Customize this infographic on how to send a good email by including your own tips, and if your organization has had any major foul-ups related to email, consider basing your advice on lessons learned from that experience.
HR employees are sometimes expected to serve as workplace counselors, and, indeed, many of them may be certified in various areas. But for those who don’t have a counseling background, this infographic may be especially helpful.
Manage your company’s transition to a paperless environment by following the tips in this infographic. (About 44% of companies are still using paper every day, with just 2% saying they’ve gone totally paperless.)
Consider the makeup of your company’s workforce as you craft a strategy surrounding change management. Different personality types handle change differently, and while you can’t please everyone all of the time, you can make things easier on your organization (and yourself) by following the advice in this infographic.
Understanding change itself is also useful in creating a change management plan, or in any kind of management process, as even small changes can be difficult to implement.
Part of being successful in any workplace is being able to deal with different types of people, and when you’re the HR rep telling a department they need to change what they’re doing, understanding resistance to change can certainly help.
HR infographics for hiring and onboarding
Hiring and onboarding are two of the most common job responsibilities for an HR department, and ensuring that the right person comes aboard and is set up for success is critical. About 15% of all HR budgets are spent on recruitment, according to the most recent data from the Society for Human Resource Management.
One of the best ways to ensure you’re making the right hires is to shore up the process for posting job openings and sorting through candidates. This infographic can help your HR team do just that when customized for your company’s systems and procedures.
As this advice-based infographic illustrates, there’s always something new to learn in HR, especially when it comes to recruiting top-level talent. Consider these wise words before you start your search for new team members.
Some positions may require specific legal steps before hiring, such as a criminal background check or even a security clearance investigation. Make sure all prospective candidates are well-informed about what to expect by customizing this pre-employment screening infographic.
Surprises are great for birthday parties, but they’re not so good when starting a new job. Use this onboarding process infographic to make sure that even before their first day, your new hires know what to expect.
Customize this HR onboarding infographic template so your team can make sure nothing slips through the cracks when onboarding new employees. Add or remove steps, change colors and swap out icons that fit your information.
Even before the pandemic forced more people to work from home, remote work was picking up steam. Ensure your organization’s onboarding process for remote hires is organized and effective with this infographic.
HR infographics for employee separation and offboarding
Few people stay in their jobs for a full career, and turnover rates vary by industry. But making sure your separation and offboarding process is efficient means you maintain a good reputation and that no important job tasks fall by the wayside during the replacement process.
Difficult conversations with employees don’t always lead to resignations or terminations, but it’s important to understand how to keep sensitive conversations professional and productive. Customize this infographic for different departments in your organization to ensure managers can handle difficult discussions.
After an employee has made the decision to leave and completed their final two weeks of work, you should plan to have an exit interview with them. Using questions like the one on this infographic or others can help understand if there are aspects about the company, management or their job that made them want to leave.
HR infographics for managing remote employees
Only 21% of executives believe employees need to be in the office five days per week to maintain a strong company culture, according to a PwC survey conducted early in 2021. That means remote work is probably here to say, at least for some of your staff some of the time. Managing remote employees poses unique challenges and unique opportunities.
Organizations that are new to remote work will need to take a huge range of issues into consideration, but starting off with some good best practices can help. Share this business infographic with your new remote management team and make sure it’s on brand using My Brand Kit:
Once you’ve established some policies and procedures around remote work, it’s important to share them with your team as soon as possible. This can help ensure nobody gets into bad habits, and it’ll help keep open communication lines with remote workers.
Customize this human resources infographic to share the four to six critical tips you’ve learned about working from home with your company’s remote staff. A personal touch never hurts, so make sure you get specific about your recommendations, and if they come from your lived experience, that’s even better.
Working from home requires an adjustment, and managing people who are all working from different locations is another huge shift. Keep your management team’s confidence high by sharing a few recommendations in an infographic format like this one.
HR infographics for employee development
While daily guidance of individual employees most often falls to their direct supervisors, HR departments and leaders can show all workers they are invested in them by making improvement a priority. More than 90% of employees said they would consider staying longer at a company if it invested in helping them learn and improve.
HR teams that are having difficulty getting sign-off from other leaders could consider customizing an infographic like this one to illustrate how important it is to create a management model that focuses on employee improvement. Creating high-performing employees helps everyone in the company.
Lower-level employees aren’t the only ones who need guidance, and HR leaders should strive to make sure all their company’s managers are the best they can be.
Customize this infographic about how important it is to be a team player by adding your brand identity with one click. Update colors, fonts and text to focus on the areas that are most important to your organization.
Consider this team player infographic if your organization’s employees would respond more to a cool, mid-century modern design. You can even collaborate with your teammates in real time to work on this design:
Especially for companies with a younger workforce, ensuring all team members are practicing good email etiquette is important. Add your own guidance to this email infographic and your team will be emailing like pros in no time.
Amp up the design of your email etiquette infographic by using this template that takes the form of an email inbox. Keep your advice short and punchy so it’s actionable and not confusing.
Helping employees adjust to change is an important but difficult job for HR departments, managers and executives. Consider sharing this infographic on the Kübler-Ross change curve so you can enact an effective change management strategy.
Learn more about creating an effective employee training and development program in your organization by reading these posts:
HR infographics for sales teams
Every company needs sales to keep them afloat, and hiring in the sales department is usually a different process than in other departments. Making good hires and doing effective onboarding is especially important in sales, as a bad hire can sink the entire company.
The average turnover in sales teams is nearly 35% per year, but effective onboarding can help set people up for success. Consider the tips in this infographic, or create your own to make sure your new salespeople are effective and efficient.
For more sales infographic templates, check out this post on the 9 sales infographic to guide strategy and increase sales.
Statistical HR infographics
Statistics can help drive home the importance of many issues like few other means of communication. A statistics-based HR infographic can be an effective way to discuss an important topic with employees.
Workplace wellness programs are surging in popularity, and for good reason, as this infographic illustrates. Encourage your team to participate in a wellness program by sharing this infographic with them.
Spread awareness of the need for disability access in your workplace by sharing this infographic with team members, leaders and management.
The HR process itself is a rich area for statistical infographics. HR teams at big companies may even be able to put together an infographic like this based on their internal statistics to illustrate the time and expense involved in recruiting and hiring.
Customize this infographic to share facts and statistics surrounding personnel, hiring, insurance and other human resources matters within your organization.
Make sure your workplace is compliant with federal, state and local disabilities laws and requirements, and consider whether it’s possible to go even farther in making your organization accessible to disabled individuals.
Strategic HR infographics
Like any other department in your organization, human resources needs to have a well-thought-out and coherent strategy regarding every function it takes on. That’s the best way to ensure sustainable success over the long term.
For startups and other companies whose HR departments are in their infancy, this HR strategy infographic can help leaders understand their HR goals and formulate a strategy for the department as a whole.
Make sure your HR team has all the documentation it needs to begin. That includes job descriptions, company structure, policies and much more. Remember, it’s always better to have too much information than not enough.
When the HR team or executives have decided upon a new policy or a strategy shift, consider updating an infographic like this to share with the team so you can be sure they are fully informed.
HR trends infographics
If your HR team seems like an unchanging block, it’s not. The typical workplace is constantly changing, and HR teams need to change along with them. These infographics can help you understand the biggest trends in HR right now.
Learn about the areas your HR team should be focusing on with this infographic, or customize it to speak to your individual organization.
Share the biggest HR trends your company is seeing annually or quarterly by using Venngage’s infographic maker to customize this HR trend infographic.
Explore national and global workplace trends with this infographic, or keep your team updated on what’s happening in different departments by customizing this template.
While we endorse open lines of communication between HR teams and employees, some topics may be taboo in your industry or organization, and these ideas may be the biggest ones to steer clear of.
Share this infographic with your HR team to keep them updated on industry best practices, or customize it to make sure everyone in the department knows about your most important goals.
Microsoft’s Excel program is ubiquitous in most offices, but there are many reasons why HR teams may want to shy away from using it, as this infographic illustrates.
In summary: HR departments have a diverse portfolio, but infographics can help in all facets of the job
Whether it’s recruiting, interviewing, onboarding, management or employee separation, it seems like an HR rep’s job is never done. But creative use of infographics can help inform, inspire and improve the performance of your teammates.
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