HR Management Services

HR Management Services l Trimitra Consultants - Jakarta, Indonesia

People’s competencies, motivation and energy determine the success or failure of every organization and strategic initiative.

Further, under the present and expected future turbulent business conditions, many companies must substantially increase their productivity, effectiveness and efficiency.

In short, they are obliged to produce better and most likely more with less permanent manpower and other resources.


Our HR management services aim to assist organizations manage the ‘people challenge’ by developing and implementing organizational solutions, developing people competencies, and managing change effectively.


The HR management services we provide may include all or part of the following services:

  • Energy & Mining
  • Agriculture
  • Infrastructure
  • Real Estate
  • Heavy Equipment
  • Office Products
  • Banking & Insurance
  • Chemical
  • Electronic
  • Food & Beverage
  • Media and Telecommunications
  • Automotives
  • Manufacturing
  • Security
  • Legal Consulting
  • Tax Consulting
  • Trading

TC: RFP Management & Consulting Services

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Current Top 3 HR trends

1. Upskilling and reskilling your workforce

Some companies feel as if new hires, such as recent graduates, don’t completely possess all the right skills to excel at their jobs. Competent employees typically ensure that an organization can grow and change in today’s environment. This means that many companies are upskilling and reskilling their employees. Upskilling refers to the process of learning new skills. Reskilling refers to learning how to do a different job with new skills. Reskilling often helps companies create a more adaptable workforce, while upskilling can provide employees with better career advancement opportunities.

Here’s a list of actions a company may perform to upskill and reskill employees:

  • Encouraging training and development for all employees

  • Rewarding successful development accomplishments

  • Using multiple methods for training, such as face-to-face, online and hybrid options

  • Providing focused feedback

2. Balancing remote work flexibility with on-site business requirements

Some employees prefer working remotely over working in an office. Many employers have developed strategies for maintaining employee needs and preferences while still addressing on-site business requirements. Organizations can typically encourage employees to return to the office by using some of these tactics:

  • Crafting an equal back-to-office strategy that addresses those who can and can’t perform remote work

  • Offering a place of community and engagement

  • Using rewards and recognition as motivation

  • Communicating with transparency

  • Using change management strategies

3. Nurturing a positive company culture

A company’s culture involves attitudes, beliefs and behaviors among employees and management. As hybrid and work-from-home options become available, some companies wonder how to maintain a positive work culture. Many employees value a work-life balance for all team members. Five elements of a positive work culture include relationships, peer support, communication, diversity and technology. Here’s a list of ways employers may enhance their work culture:

  • Helping employees maintain relationships and forming new ones as new employees appear

  • Teaching employees how to better collaborate while providing resources to maintain them

  • Adapting new communication technology

  • Including diversity, equity and inclusion into the business strategy