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Safa is Fluidic Analytics’ Human resources advisor and she believes the key to our success is “employee well-being and employee engagement”, read on to discover more insights into the Human Resources team.
I did my bachelor’s degree in sociology at Nottingham, and various modules within that degree were on employment in society and looked at people and behaviors. From there, I did an internship with local government, and I have experience in both private and public sectors as well as not for profit organizations.
How I came to work for Fluidic Analytics was, I was approached by an agency, they explained what the company does, and I found that really interesting. When I came in for an interview, I found the office environment quite cool and unique. I also found the people were fun and interesting. Everyone was super friendly, and it felt like a welcoming environment, and that is what I look for in a role, somewhere where I would feel comfortable.
The role itself was quite appealing as I could make it my own. It was a new role to the team, and so there were a lot of things that needed starting from scratch. A lot of things were not in place before I joined, so I found that exciting.
I think it’s the people, we have a lot of bright, intelligent employees. I have lots of interesting conversations with them, and they feel comfortable sharing with me. There’s this stigma with HR that you can’t be open with HR, and I like to think that at Fluidic Analytics, there’s a two-way relationship. We seek out honest feedback from employees, and they, in turn, feel comfortable giving suggestions for improvements or what can be changed. That’s certainly one element that I enjoy about my job. In terms of how HR operates, it’s very flexible and open, and I feel like we have quite a friendly team, so again people feel comfortable talking to us, and in other companies, that’s not the case.
Flexible and varied, as I said previously, I can make the role my own and shape it towards what the company needs. I like to focus on employee well-being and employee engagement, as I believe that is key to company success. My role involves a lot of training, including organizing training for managers as that is key to employee engagement and increasing productivity. In general, I work a lot on making sure employees are happy, I think that’s my main role and addressing the day-to-day employee inquiries and looking after the whole employee lifecycle.
I would say we are all motivated, everyone knows what the goals are, and we are all working towards them. Despite the COVID restrictions, canceling a lot of our social events, I also think it’s a fun environment too.
My manager’s really good at finding things that things that will help me develop and grow, also I get lots of help from content by employment lawyers or well-being coaches. These are often webinars or newsletters, but I have been on courses such as management training.
Yes! For numerous roles across the company, there are opportunities to get stuck in. At Fluidic Analytics, managers tend to give employees a lot of trust and autonomy to allow them to get on with the task, I think makes this company a fun place to work.
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