The name says it all. A “human resource information system” (HRIS) is designed for managing information.
Business is moving to the cloud.
The implementation of HR technology begins as soon as the solution has been purchased, if not sooner. But many organizations fail to achieve their goals because they do not implement their new HR tech properly.
HR technology affects more than the human resource department. So making an HR tech decision involves more than just the department’s leaders.
Another human capital management solution seems to hit the market every moment. This makes choosing the right HCM vendor increasingly important—and difficult.
HR technology spending may not increase in 2021 as it did in recent years. But companies still plan to invest in improving efficiency, productivity, and learning and development.
Flexibility could trump efficiency in the new normal.
Change management is crucial for the success of your HR technology implementation. Too many HR tech projects fail to produce the desired benefits because they were not implemented properly.
Change management has long been a core function of human resource departments. From job changes to technology implementations to corporate reorganizations, HR has smoothed transitions from the old way of working to the new.
An excellent experience is essential for engaging employees in open enrollment.
This year’s open enrollment period may offer a glimpse of the new normal. Employees are more interested in their benefits and in need of more support choosing them than they were before the COVID-19 pandemic.
Go-live is often the most exciting — and frustrating — phase in an HCM implementation.
The new normal requires companies to adopt new technology and adapt to new ways of working.
As the foundation upon which your HR technology is built, your human resources information system(HRIS) is essential for ensuring organizational effectiveness. Avoid these 12 ...
Aligning human capital management technology with your business processes enables each HR function to run effectively and efficiently.
Your return on investment in HCM technology largely depends on your implementation.
If you’re looking for new HCM solutions, then you may have outgrown your existing systems or you may see potential in new technology. Congratulations if you do indeed see such opportunities for improvement.
Digital transformation takes people, processes, and technology. Switching software isn’t enough.
Employees want more than a paycheck. They want an experience and a sense of belonging.
How Can Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) Help My Benefits Administration? Electronic data interchange (EDI) is the transmittal of data from one system to another. EDI in the benefits world, generally, transmits data from your system of ...
Just as a properly integrated HCM system improves the employee experience and increases organizational efficiency, failing to integrate your human capital management software correctly impairs productivity and profitability.