Keeping You Up-To-Date With Information About Employer Solutions / HRMS
From the Desk of the Employer Solutions Practice Director
By: Mark Dresser, Employer Solutions Practice Director
Now is the time to create your HCM strategy going forward…
Let Net at Work assist you in creating a strategy that will help you unleash the power of your HCM solution to take advantage of your most important asset – your human capital.
Probably the biggest business lesson coming out of COVID-19 is that the future workplace will look much different than the pre-pandemic status quo. And the challenge, given this “new normal” of a far more distributed workforce, will be keeping employees healthy, involved, and motivated.
The Employer Solutions Practice at Net at Work has been preparing the resources and services that will allow our customers to unleash the power of their technology to better meet their business needs and allow for more sustained growth. The entire Team has worked steadfastly for the past year to evolve our resources to better serve our customers. We’ve worked with individual customers to help them build a business case for developing a HCM strategy and a new HCM solution.
We’ve created a webinar “Building a Business Case for an HCM” to be deliver on Aug 20th which is the result of those conversations with our customers and the desire from our customers to know how most effectively to build a HCM strategy. This webinar will address why HR technology matters now more than ever. And the articles today in this Newsletter focus on that as well.
Upcoming Live Webinar: Guide to Building a Business Case for HR Technology Date: August 20
For the human resources industry, HR technology is used to attract, hire, retain and maintain talent, support workforce administration, and optimize workforce management. The goal of automating the following functions is to help managers work faster and more efficiently. HR technology is used by managers, employees, HR professionals, IT and operations departments all in different ways to improve the way they do business.
Implementing HR technology within an organization enables managers to gather, collect, and deliver information, as well as communicate with employees more easily and efficiently. Automating certain business processes can greatly reduce the amount of administrative work and allow managers to focus more of their time and energy on managing their workforce. HR technology also provides managers with the necessary decision-making tools to allow them to make more effective HR-related decisions.
Achieving a strong relationship between HR and technology can help companies achieve the following key objectives.
Strategic alignment with the business objectives
Business intelligence– providing users with up to date, relevant data and reports
Effectiveness and efficiency– changing how HR work is performed by reducing lead times, costs, and service levels.
Overall, HR technology provides managers with decision-making tools to help manage costs and enables them to reduce the time spent on administrative and legal compliance work, while maintaining an efficient and effective workforce to deliver quality service.