Companies make the decision to implement HR technology for a number of reasons; for example, to reduce paperwork and to streamline existing administrative processes that are too time-consuming and manual. But the overall goal is nearly always to improve business outcomes. Considering that companies who have a formalized employee engagement program have 26% higher annual..
In one of our blogs last year, we looked at the value delivered by HR technology as the gold standard that organizations should target in new technology deployments. What organizations are looking for from HR technology are a set of improved results. According to the 2016 HR Transformation Study by KPMG, 63% of companies expect..
The world of human resources is constantly changing and expanding. As it does, it is also growing more complex.
No time for anything outside of administrative tasks? Trying to gather data from multiple systems so you can generate reports for compliance or your executive team? Employees not interested in using the HR technologies they have at their disposal? If you’re experiencing any – or all – of these pain points, it’s time to evaluate..
Now is the time we all break out our swimsuits, spruce up the patio and embrace summer in all its glory. Not to be a Debbie Downer, but it’s also time for HR professionals to think about their plans for open enrollment. Prepping for open enrollment now can result in a smoother process come fall/winter, as..
As with most things in life, communication is critical when introducing or launching HR programs and services. Effectively relaying the details and benefits of HR plans and programs is essential to getting buy-in on these initiatives from employees. And employee support is paramount to the success of most HR programs and services. There are many..