Develop Relationships With Human Resource
Communicate effectively: When interacting with HR, make sure to communicate clearly and effectively. Be polite, and respectful, and avoid using jargon or technical terms that might be confusing. If you’re not sure about something, ask for clarification.
Show interest: Try to show an interest in the work that HR does, and the challenges they face. Ask questions about their role, and how they support the organization. This can help build rapport and establish common ground.
Be proactive: If you have an issue that requires HR’s attention, don’t wait until the last minute to bring it up. Try to be proactive and reach out to them as soon as possible. This can help them address the issue more efficiently, and show that you value their time.
Be respectful of their expertise: Remember that HR professionals are trained in their field and have expertise in areas such as employment law, benefits administration, and employee relations. If you have questions or concerns, try to approach them with an open mind and respect their perspective.
Follow up: If HR takes action on a request or concern you’ve raised, be sure to follow up with them and thank them for their assistance. This can help build goodwill and strengthen the relationship over time.