Engaging modern workforces with flexible HR solutions
Managing and organizing a small group of people is a difficult task as is, but doing the same for an entire workforce is a whole other feat. This is why the Human Resources (HR) department is a crucial cornerstone of any business; it both makes sure the right hires are made so operations can constantly run like clockwork and looks after employee needs.
HR professionals are responsible for a variety of things – talent searching, recruiting, training, employee welfare, and so on. The job of a HR department requires meticulousness and a talent for organization – but even the most organized HR professional still needs a helping hand sometimes.
This is where HR technology and software is a gift for businesses, especially those dealing with rapid expansion or shifts within the workforce.
Dr. Steve Hunt, Director of Business Transformation at SuccessFactors, wrote in talent management and HR blog TLNT that: “As HR technology develops we can look forward to a time when ineffectual control-based HR processes will be abandoned or radically redesigned.
“The advent of mobile and social performance management technology is allowing companies to shift away from annual performance reviews to methods that emphasize ongoing, continuous performance coaching,” he added.
To help HR professionals find an agile, modern technology that makes multiple responsibilities a breeze, we’ve rounded up four HR software providers we think will ace the job.
Businesses are subject to constant change from both the outside and the inside – structural shuffles, technological advances, shifting trends, and growing workforces are just a few of the challenges faced by enterprises. Ramco provides a future-ready HR solution to make sure a company’s demands are met by the right people, at the right time – and all the necessary information is available in a single hub. Ramco’s HCM on Cloud solution and their Global Payroll offering provides a dynamic approach to workplace management that is modern and agile, while still ensuring employees are engaged with the company’s activities.
Trusted by 400+ global customers, Ramco HCM & Global Payroll with Time & Attendance is compliant with statutory and taxes across 40+ countries and has partnerships to cover Payroll for 108 countries, globally. Offering Core HR, Time and Attendance, Global Payroll, Talent Management, Recruitment, Planning & Analytics, Ramco HCM is backed up with innovative tech like Chatbots, Empsense, Zero UI, mobility, in-memory payroll among others thus enabling Digital HR.
Automation and intuition are key to create a smooth user experience. Ramco’s availability on the cloud and on mobile devices gives employees the freedom to be flexible – day-to-day working life is streamlined so that attendance tracking and leave management become less of a hassle. The software’s self-service access on mobile is particularly useful for businesses with a workforce that is scattered across the globe, or need to track employee movements in a highly secure working environment.
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Automatic Data Processing Inc. (ADP) is a US-based company that offers data management solutions for businesses of all sizes and for all sort of problems, including great human resources management. APD claims “complex HR management challenges” are their specialty, as evidenced by the heavy lifting that their software is prepared to do.
APD offers one-platform solutions to take paperwork out of your hands while still allowing to you manage payroll, talent, time and attendance, as well as employee benefits and compensations. For US-based companies, APD offers services – “a voice in Washington”, as they call it – to help you navigate complex and ever-changing healthcare policies, to ensure your employees are covered and free to focus on their work.
Their programme invested in bringing all human resources data together in order to keep you informed about who is performing well and how best to reward high-performing employees. APD’s software also analyses your data to uncover patterns that will help you decide who will be your next great hire, or who should be targeted for succession planning.
Cornerstone’s talent software offers a wide range of HR solutions but perhaps the most impressive thing about it is its focus on utilizing big data and employer-employee interaction as the basis for cultivating employee productivity. As noted by the company itself, employee development is closely linked to performance improvement. The software focuses heavily on putting performance improvement directly into the hands of the employer, thus empowering them to work with their employees to drive skills growth and productivity.
Cornerstone’s software is user-friendly and interactive, and full of applications to track employee progress in relation to targets they themselves can set. Employers can give badges to employees in recognition of good work, and stay in constant conversation to address any concerns. The platform’s interface also pools together information about an employee’s work, collated from peer feedback and supervisor reviews. Supervisors can even upload evidence of improvement into the system to be reviewed later.
With Cornerstone, you can work with employees to set goals that are aligned to the company’s future strategies. Once those goals are met, automated performance reviews will be triggered, giving you the ability to reward your best performers, and help your employee assess which steps they can take to move forward, such as workshops or seminars.
*Some of the companies featured in this article are commercial partners of Tech Wire Asia
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