A human resource information system (HRIS) is not just about streamlining payroll and managing HR data processes. The HRIS implementation process is a strategic organizational decision that can improve every aspect of your company. That's why it's valuable to know how to select an HRIS.
Choosing a new HRIS can be exciting. Each vendor promises to deliver incredible value. From streamlined processes to seamless automation, each platform offers to save your team time and money.
Remote working has been a lifesaver during the pandemic - figuratively and literally. But when people are working outside of your secure IT network, they immediately become targets for cybercriminals. According to a recent Deloitte survey, phishing attacks have increased by a massive 26% in the past year.
My first job in HR used a heck of a lot of paper and even more time filing it all away. There was a form for everything. Each one triggered a chain reaction of manual events, which usually included personally escorting the document all over for various signatures. Is this sounding familiar to you too?
Video meetings have been commonplace for years, and the pandemic made them indispensable. Almost overnight, people had to get used to the Zoom meeting format: a Brady Bunch-style tableau of their colleagues’ faces, with speakers battling for control of the mic. After a while, it got exhausting.
Taking on a large initiative like an HRIS system selection and/or implementation can be daunting to many businesses. Fear of the unknown, the heavy lift of the project, and thinking about what can go wrong can keep employers from tackling this important initiative.