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Different HRIS Systems and their comparison with benefits

CuteHR

Now this problem is one faced by many individuals who have nothing but their little world to manage. Now imagine having a secretary thousand times more efficient, without all the problems of paper record keeping, having unparalleled time and resource management ability.

7 Components your Performance Management System must have

Impraise

If you’ve found yourself here; looking at the components of a performance management system, either the one you’re currently using doesn’t suit you; or you don’t have direct experience with performance management software solutions. Either way, we’ve taken the work out of researching the various features and components your performance management software should have, and made your selection of an appropriate solution a piece of cake.

9-Box Ratings: How Transparent Should You Be?

TalentGuard

One of the biggest challenges with Succession Planning is managing expectations and raised hopes (that even being considered or included in the exercise MUST mean that an employee is on the radar for promotion or a move to something better of some kind) – not to mention keeping it quiet generally and managing the rumor mill. Upfront setting of the criteria and REASONS WHY for even beginning a Succession Planning initiative is critically important.

HR Supercharged: How Modern Tech is Changing Work

ClearCompany HRM

In a 2014 IDG survey, only 24% of enterprise organizations migrated or planned to migrate HR functions/applications to the Cloud. Not to mention, the potential of a system to include Artificial Intelligence and predictive analytics in sourcing , recruiting and managing people more efficiently. HR departments, for instance, use applicant tracking systems to manage job ads, sort resumes, shortlist applicants, coordinate with their team/candidates and so on.

Workers are looking – and leaving – for career development

HR Morning

Employee development is at the heart of successful talent management. But it’s the ongoing training that’s at the core of talent management —and of retention. To get the most out your strongest workers, organizations need to expand training activities that increase supervisory, managerial, and executive competencies. Succession planning. Institutional knowledge/Knowledge management. Talent management is a strategic “must-have”.

Digital Disruption: HR Tech Takeaways at NYC’s HR Unconference

Namely

Gerry Crispin , co-creator of CareerXroads , and Steve Levy kicked off the day with a recruiting discussion around a comparison on every HR pro’s mind: the candidate as customer. Where does HR software fit in with performance management?