Øystein is digital marketing specialist at CatalystOne. His background is in copywriting and marketing across different sectors. Øystein is interested in digital trends, good communication and has a close relationship with HR.
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.
An HR system provides an overview of employees and automates time-consuming and complex processes. This makes everyday life easier for the HR department, but for the HR system to function as desired, it needs to be easy to use and understand. So how do you design something as comprehensive as an HR system?
The year 2023 is poised to bring new challenges for HR departments. Economic pressures such as rising inflation rates and high energy costs are putting stress on companies and employees alike. As a result, there will be greater emphasis on both cost control and cost reduction. (A topic also covered in the start-of-the-year blog post from our CEO Avtar Jasser.) In this blog post, we will discuss five crucial HR strategies that can help organisations manage costs while also improving employee engagement, retention, and overall performance.
40% of workers globally say that they might leave their jobs in the near future and the majority of people who already quit their jobs in the past two years are not returning to the industry they left, says consulting firm McKinsey. This trend is predicted to continue.