One of the most common and increasingly necessary tools for businesses is Human Resource Information System (HRIS) software. HRIS software helps HR departments decrease their workload by managing employee information, provide reports, integrate with other systems and much more. With such a large need for this type of software, it’s not uncommon for businesses inexperienced with the software selection process to make a mistake. In fact, the six most common HRIS software mistakes are more widespread than you may think. According to a PwC study on change initiatives, 75% fail to fulfill their goals and objectives. These 6 HRIS mistakes have been made by businesses large and small, and hopefully this guide will help you to avoid making any of them.
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HR professionals know all too well the inefficiencies of most day-to-day duties. From manually filing documents to creating new job postings to general administrative work, there’s certainly no shortage of tedious and time-consuming work. But what if those tasks didn’t have to be be so tedious and time-consuming? Or, better yet, what if those tasks could be done with just a few clicks of a mouse?
What was once a pipedream has become a reality thanks to recruiting and staffing software. These types of software automate the most tedious tasks, provide easy communication and, most importantly, complete these tasks with a high-quality end result. If you’re in the market for recruiting and staffing software, here are some of the capabilities you should expect to see:
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BambooHR is one of the most popular packages for human resources software solutions, but it’s not the only one out there. Here are eight more highly rated HR software products and platforms where companies offer clients the ability to handle payroll, recruiting and much more through an easy to use, comprehensive resource package.
Zenefits and Gusto are two popular HR software choices that small to midsized businesses can utilize through the cloud. These handy comprehensive automating solutions are both examples of HR software products that handle payroll, benefits, compliance and more from a central accessible platform supported by the vendor.
This is a guest contribution from HR implementation expert, Lauren DeFilippo Gander, President at HR Software Solutions.
Is your company’s current HR system out of date? Do you have an online system for employees to use? Use the end of 2016 as the time to review your HR systems and practices. Decide if an upgrade is on your road map for next year. Implementing a new HR information system is an arduous, important task that every company should treat with care.
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Employee performance management software assists human resources departments or other users in ongoing evaluation of employee performance and progress. It helps to bring new sophisticated digital tools to the process of figuring out how well someone does their job, and what they offer their employer.
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Businesses with any number of employees have to make choices about how to handle payroll. There’s the daily work of representing earned wages and getting money into employee accounts — and there’s the long-term responsibility of filing payroll taxes and keeping annual records.
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Companies use human resources or employee management software tools for many purposes related to managing and communicating with front-line workers. Employee management software can be used for performance evaluations, help with orientation/training, or promote employee engagement. Here are some of the key tools and resources that employee management software packages offer a modern business.
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