On the CatalystOne blog we cover subjects regarding HR technology, HR systems, HR processes, Performance & Talent Management and more.
The start of 2024 marks a new era for sustainability reporting. Companies covered by the new Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) are now entering a revolutionary new era as the regulation comes into force. One of the standards within the directive , ESRS S1, will require in-depth reporting on the company's own workforce. This means that companies need to review and revise their processes and systems, to ensure that they have the prerequisites to report according to this new regulation. In this blog post, we take a closer look at the challenges and opportunities that come with this directive, as well as why digital systems are critical to facilitate and streamline sustainability reporting.
PRESS RELEASE: 5 February 2024 - Leading Human Capital Management (HCM) software vendor CatalystOne Solutions has successfully completed its first acquisition by purchasing Populum, a leading employee engagement and pulse software provider.
The Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) represents a historic shift in how businesses approach and report their sustainability efforts in Europe and beyond. But what demands does this place on HR, and how can the digitalisation of HR support CSRD?
Press Release - Stockholm, Sweden, 08 November 2023 The Ving Group’s Nordic Leisure Travel Group (NLTG) has won Herbert Nathan & Co.’s prize for HR System Project of the Year 2022/2023. The award was presented to the region’s leading travel operator during HR System Day in Stockholm yesterday afternoon.
Image: Recover's Head of IT Operations, Arne Riis, and Senior HR Business Partner Jannicke Martens share key learnings from their digitilisation journey As digitalisation and integrations become more and more critical in businesses, the pressure on HR to follow suite is picking up pace. As your organisation grows (and the data fields with it) – manual data management tools like Excel quickly become tedious, time consuming, error-prone, and inefficient. But the move to more sophisticated systems, such as an HCM system, can seem like a big jump and feel overwhelming. So, what can you do?
HR systems (also known as HCM or HRM systems) are playing an increasingly important role in the IT systems landscape of organisations. An HR system combines a number of functions and processes to facilitate the management of people, business processes, and data. It provides a variety of tools that support different stages of an employee life cycle, ranging from recruitment and hiring to skills development and analysis.
In today's rapidly changing world, businesses are under more scrutiny than ever before. It's not just about the bottom line anymore; companies are increasingly being judged on their environmental and social impact. In response to this shift, the European Union (EU) has introduced the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD), a game-changer that will transform how businesses report their sustainability efforts. But what does this mean for Human Resources (HR) professionals? Let's break it down in plain language.
A self-service HR system allows employees and managers to manage their own data and HR-related tasks instead of relying on the HR department to do this for everyone. This gives employees greater control over their own information and reduces the administrative workload for the HR department. Continue reading if you're wondering whether a self-service HR system might be suitable for your company or organisation.
Summer is soon coming to an end, and it's time to shift our focus to autumn and the tasks for the second half of the year. However, the areas that deserve the most attention and effort might not be so obvious. So, we’ve put together an overview of important priorities for HR leaders for autumn 2023. We hope it will inspire you on what deserves a spot in your calendar going forward.