Empower your workforce with the right HR management software
In any organization, human resources is a crucial cog – it doesn’t just acquire talents to make sure the company runs efficiently, it is also indirectly responsible for keeping employees happy, ensuring staff members perform their optimal best, and identifying strengths or weaknesses within a workforce to make informed decisions.
According to Thrive in Asia, a HR-focused content platform, this means that talent acquisition professionals also need to develop a strategic streak by “bringing deep knowledge of the business, the hiring manager’s needs, and the dynamic labor marker to the table” in order to influence managers into making the right hiring decisions.
Technology is a necessary part of this department, and helps HR professionals keep up as an organization grows and shifts.
Gonzalo Ruis, Head of Global Talent Acquisition for Siemens, told Future Ready Singapore that technology’s new tools allow employers to be much more proactive in the search for new candidates. A HR professional’s job now goes beyond just “a fisherman’s job”, said Ruiz – rather, it is now that of a “hunter”.
Choosing the right HR management software is therefore imperative to help a business’ HR department make the best decisions possible for the company’s well-being. We’ve narrowed down three HR software providers that can help empower your organization.
Rosic provides a comprehensive HR database that is carefully designed and customized based on a company’s unique business needs. By making its technology flexible and module-based, Rosic users are able to enjoy highly-customisable HR software to suit every need.
It also includes a variety of data analytics functions and modules that have been developed based on Rosic’s abundant experience with executives and business leaders. These features help businesses analyze their hiring practices and review what works and what doesn’t, based on data Rosic collects.
Rosic is produced by Infotecnos Consulting, which has been developing various business software applications for over 16 years, to ensure its flexibility goes beyond limits. In Asia specifically, the organization has partnered with Qunie to implement its software effectively.
With Qunie overseeing Rosic customers in Asia, support is provided in all areas, from personnel system design to system introduction. Qunie is especially supportive of business improvement in Asia in accordance with the local environment.
Businesses can run on smarter decisions with Rosic’s helpful analytics on employee work habits, and are encouraged to use the data to foster growth and employee satisfaction.
To find out more about Rosic, click here.
IBM Kenexa is part of American multinational tech company IBM’s Smarter Workforce business management software suite. As one of the world’s largest employers – with nearly 380,000 employees as of 2016 – IBM understands just how crucial it is to keep a HR team well-equipped with the most up-to-date software and tools.
Kenexa includes all the features needed to help your company run like a well-oiled machine and keep up with your employees. The software includes assessment tests, engagement surveys, HR analytics, learning and development, and talent acquisition tools. These allow HR managers to accurately predict workplace performance and make informed decisions about how to handle each team or department within the organization.
Analytics are a central part of understanding the way employees work and helps HR professionals decide how to empower or encourage an organization’s workforce to go further.
IBM Kenexa’s Talent Insights boasts the ability to “speak the language of HR” so that decision-makers don’t have to grapple with technical jargon just to make influential choices.
On top of that, IBM Kenexa is simple to understand and comes with an array of helpful resources and content to keep HR professionals updated with the latest news in the industry and knowledgeable about any changes that might take place. There are also tutorial videos to help the department master this software, as well as make any transition much smoother.
Cake HR was launched in 2012 as a simple solution for small and medium-sized businesses. Today, it’s been named one of the Top 5 Human Resources (HR) Category Leaders in 2016 by GetApp, the leading business app discovery platform. Its colourful, friendly, and fresh interface makes it popular among its users as a modern and appealing HR solution. It also integrates with existing workplace apps like Slack and various Google Apps to streamline user experiences.
The software primarily deals with organization – managing employees’ leave becomes a much less tedious process with Cake HR’s ability to integrate and sync in real-time with MS Outlook, Google Calendar, and Apple iCal.
HR professionals can keep track seamlessly with a growing workforce, which means fewer mistakes, and as a result, contributes significantly to employee satisfaction. Cake HR also lets the HR department analyze employee habits through comprehensive, detailed reports that are split between different teams for easy decision-making.
HR professionals can access the software across desktop, tablet, and mobile devices – an especially good feature for companies operating across borders and timezones. Cake HR has a new feature in the works which promises to change the way performance reviews take place through a “360 degree feedback process”.
*Some of the companies featured in this article are commercial partners of Tech Wire Asia
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