In a way, the relationship between user adoption and HRMS success is self-evident. Consider the reverse situation: if users aren’t using the system, is it a success or a failure? An unused HRMS is probably stuck forever in a state of negative ROI so, in this sense, user adoption is THE success factor of HRMS..
This blog post is courtesy of HRMS World. Unless you bought your HRMS for purely ornamental purposes, you’ll be looking for a return on your investment. You’ve invested time, money, and probably a great deal of effort so you expect to see some benefits from that expense. Those benefits might be reduced costs, headcount savings, freeing..
A study by Watson Wyatt found that “Firms that carefully link HR activities to business strategy, measured by metrics have a 33% higher return on total capital than organizations that do not.” For some HR pros, talking about return on investment (ROI) inspires a sense of fear. In others it creates an almost giddy response at the idea of being..