Learn how any farm business can find and attract the best possible candidates and compel good employees to stay and grow and develop.
Learn how implementing these 4 key action items can improve your human resources strategy.
In our second article in the series, we look at four core concepts and processes to help you effectively manage a team.
This introductory article in our series about managing people looks at leadership and how your actions and management style influence your employees.
How moving staff to try various tasks keeps them engaged, helps them learn new skills and advances the farm.
Why devoting money and resources to HR will result in more motivated and committed workers.
Employing workers with no farm experience requires thorough training to ensure the employee and the business are protected.
Employee engagement is critical for new farm CEOs’ leadership, as well as for more established farm CEOs to inject new life into their labour force.
Filling your farm team’s gaps in soft skills like communication, teamwork, etiquette and attitude can be more of a challenge than addressing wanting areas of traditional farm work.
Michelle Painchaud, a certified human performance technologist offers advice on managing the farm like a business, motivating employees through leadership and appreciation, and vision and goal setting.