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The Maverick Paradox Podcast is a twice weekly show where Judith Germain demonstrates that Maverick Leadership exists everywhere, through her conversations with a diverse array of guests.

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Jul 31, 2023

In today's episode Judith Germain speaks to Rhamy Alejeal about the challenges of creating a well-rounded HR team that is both people-centric and data-driven. They explored the difficulties faced by small businesses in finding HR professionals with diverse expertise and highlighted the importance of having a team of specialists to effectively handle various HR functions.

They also look at the importance of addressing HR processes and the potential liabilities that can arise from inappropriate relationships between managers and subordinates. They also mentioned a case where a company's culture of "work hard, play hard" led to legal issues and a significant decrease in employee numbers.

Rhamy shares the importance of aligning employee goals with company goals to foster growth and success. He also mentions a unique approach taken by a small organisation to ensure long-term commitment from employees.

Listen to this engaging conversation on the importance of improving people processes to enhance employee experience and productivity; and the challenges faced by HR departments in organisations, including lack of resources and being undervalued. 

Rhamy Alejeal is the owner of People Processes, a provider of integrated, automated HR processes and support. Rhamy and his team work with hundreds of companies across the US, helping them learn how to stop pushing paper and start prioritising people.

You can find out more about our guest and today's episode in this Maverick Paradox Magazine article here.


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