Leading recruitment solutions platform in Ghana, Jobberman, has launched a free human resource (HR) employer handbook for companies, individuals and HR experts.

The handbook aims at assisting HR practitioners in Ghana with HR best practices during disruptions like the current COVID-19 pandemic and to serve as a guide to enable stakeholders in human resource manage their workforce now and in the future.

Jobberman Ghana believes the world of work has been one of the significant entities most affected by COVID-19 and that this is the time businesses must adapt to new ways of managing their workforce and the working environment.

According to the Managing Director in charge of Jobs at Ringier One Africa Media (ROAM) and acting CEO of Jobberman Ghana: “The pandemic has impacted factors such as, hiring decisions, hiring processes, remote working policies & tools, effective employee communication, employee performance management & well-being and post-crisis HR plan. The handbook purposely seeks to explore all these”.

“These changes are quite exciting because they offer the potential for dynamic transformations.”

The Human Resource Manager of Jobberman Ghana, Erica Appiah also noted that: “During these challenging times, most employers and organisations have had to make critical decisions and have affected their vital business asset which is the human resource”.

She added: “We, as your recruitment solutions partner thought of you, researched and have curated expert advice that will be of great value to your business now and in the future”.

“This handbook”, she said, “can be used as a guideline to put theory into practice and develop customised approaches in the workplace.”

The #JobbermanEmployerHandbook offers tools and techniques to manage teams through disruption.

It is available for download for FREE. 

Companies, business leaders, employers and individuals can learn how to manage teams through the COVID-19 period and beyond.

Jobberman Ghana is an online recruitment platform established in Ghana in 2012 with the aim of transforming productivity in Ghana.

Jobberman Ghana forms part of the investment portfolio of Ringier One Africa Media.