Anni Parent works as an Account Based Marketing specialist at CatalystOne. Anni's career has been an exciting journey in teaching, e-commerce, and digital marketing. After studying business development, she has in recent years worked with digital marketing and content at companies within B2B SaaS. Anni tries to stay up to date with the latest trends and technologies to help companies develop and achieve their goals.
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 an increasingly technological and digital environment, the role of HR departments is also evolving from being mainly administrative to becoming more strategic. For HR professionals to work in a more evidence-based and strategic way, a modern HR system with features that facilitate the ability to produce and measure key performance indicators is generally required. In this blog post, we will discuss what HR KPIs are and how they can be used to analyse and evaluate a company's performance to improve business decision-making. We will also look at how KPIs can help HR work more effectively and strategically and present some common HR KPIs that companies measure.
As an HR director, you understand the importance of having an efficient HR system in place. HR systems not only streamline HR processes but also improve overall workforce management, employee experience, and reporting. However, with many options in the market, it is necessary to determine the specific needs and requirements for your company before investing. In this article, we will provide you with a step-by-step approach on how to assess and determine the needs of your company. Without clearly defined needs, it becomes challenging to compile a requirements spec, which can then lead to project delays or difficulties in choosing the right vendor.
Unfortunately, there is no simple answer to the question of which HR system is the best. The latest developments in HR tech have led to a wide range of vendors, which greatly improves the possibility of finding a system that meets your needs. However, this also means that it can feel overwhelming to make the right choice. In this blog post, we provide you with a guide to the parameters you should look at when comparing HR systems. So you can find the best one on the market - for your organisation specifically.
Choosing the right HR system is a challenge for most organisations. It requires both the preparation of requirements, specifications, and research, and it can be difficult to compare different HR systems directly. Many people may think it's a good idea to choose a free HR system, but it's important to carefully consider the benefits and drawbacks before making that decision.
The manufacturing industry is facing several challenges related to staffing and employees in the coming years. Currently, one of the most pressing challenges for these companies is finding the qualified workforce needed to succeed in a changing industry. The industry is already facing some serious skill shortages that can only be overcome with the right HR strategies.