Foundations of Tribal HR

The State of Tribal Human Resources Risk Management

Every year we invite Tribal organizations to take part in our Human Resources Risk Management survey. This survey helps shed light on existing practices and provides insight on how we can better serve you. Our focus for this survey was on the primary areas and methods used to address risk in the employee lifecycle. These are the primary risks...
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Recruiting to Integration: Successfully Navigating the Employee Lifecycle

The first two steps of the Employee Lifecycle are Recruiting and Sourcing, and Onboarding and Integration. These are critical steps that set the stage for the success of both the employees and the organization. For a more in-depth look at these stages, enroll in our free Foundations of Tribal HR training series. Analyzing Staffing Needs It’s...
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Professional Development in HR

Professional development in HR means that you’re continuously learning and improving to better serve your organization and its employees. We are passionate about this subject, equipping others to achieve their full potential, and that’s why we put together the Foundations of Tribal HR training series, which is a free professional development opportunity for our clients and...
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Tribal Human Resources: Recognizing the Unique Role, Opportunities, and Challenges

Tribal Human Resources is a challenging, yet rewarding career. There are many opportunities and challenges that you’ve faced and will face in your unique role. It’s likely that you’ve selected this career path to help your fellow Tribal members or perhaps because you’re passionate about serving Indian Country. Regardless of why you chose your path,...
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The Foundations of Tribal HR

According to Risk Management Magazine, the average settlement for negligent hiring tops $1.6 million. Yet, 58% of all job applications contain inaccurate information making the task of finding the right employee extremely difficult. Once you find the right employee, if you’re like 57% of your peers, you’re concerned about retention. Employee turnover costs can be...
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