As more softwares are built to streamline business processes, the fear of losing our jobs to technology is fading. In reality, these advances streamline workflows and save both time and resources.Read More >
What is HRIS?
It stands for Human Resources Information System, and is a tool that aids the HR department with efficiency and integrations. Employees today want to be connected with all their important information and HRIS helps every business successfully accomplish this to meet the demands of the twenty-first century.Read More >
A Human Resources Information System (HRIS) is a valuable tool to improve the productivity of your HR department. Such a system can help you automate many common HR services. This, in turn, gives your HR team more time to work directly with employees and add to the strategic planning for the company.Read More >
An HRIS system offers many time-saving features. One of these features is the self-service function. HR professionals often think of the self-service portal as just a better way for employees to update their addresses, telephone numbers, and other data. But there are different ways of using the HRIS system that can help everyone in your company do their jobs better.Read More >
There’s an old saying, “If you always do what you’ve always done, you’ll always get what you’ve always had.” If you’re dissatisfied with your company’s current recruiting efforts, continuing to recruit in the same way doesn’t make sense. Shake up how you recruit by implementing some of the latest techniques in recruiting top talent.Read More >
A new Human Resources Information System (HRIS) can yield important insights into your company’s human resources needs. One such need that may be revealed is high turnover. The cost of employee turnover is staggering, not just in terms of recruiting and hiring new workers, but in time lost to candidate searches and interviews, lost productivity, and lost knowledge as workers exitRead More >
One of the attractive features of a human resource information system (HRIS) is the employee self-service portal. Such portals provide employees and their managers with access to select information such as their emergency contacts, job information, events, and skills. An employee can usually view and update their address and emergency contacts, view medical and other benefits and savings plans and even access their pay advices in some cases.Read More >