Six times a year, the HR Daily Advisor® research team conducts detailed research into pressing contemporary human resources (HR) challenges to highlight best practices and common policies and procedures. We access our exclusive database of more than 250,000 active HR practitioners to find out how HR managers are handling challenges in the real world.
Dear HR Practitioner,
You know that a Learning Management System (LMS) can bring value to your organization, but how do you make the business case to those outside of HR?
This is one of the most common hurdles that we hear at Halogen Software from our customers, so we thought it would make for a very interesting survey topic. Like you, we wanted to know how organizations are making their decisions around HR technology for learning, including:
• What role HR plays in the selection of the LMS,
• Which LMS features are most important,
• How organizations calculate the ROI of their LMS, and
• Whether learning content is created in-house
As organizations look for more ways to increase productivity and profitability, human resources departments are being asked to provide more strategic input to executives. Doing so requires tools that improve access to timely, accurate information for enhanced business decision making. If you don’t have a human resource management system (HRMS), HR can end up spending too much time on repetitive day-to-day tasks like paperwork while struggling to deliver meaningful workforce insights. The right HR management software can help the HR team increase control over employee data, optimize productivity, and take employee engagement to the next level, so you can deliver the future workforce your organization needs to succeed. This white paper discusses the five areas to keep in mind when evaluating solutions to find an HRMS that’s a good fit for your business.
How can human resources partner with IT to drive communication and knowledge-sharing while supporting business objectives? In today’s distributed workforce HR can embrace social business, taking the lead in defining new HR practices to support the changing workplace landscape and foster innovation and integrated employee networks.
HR’s role varies from cheerleader to counselor to Chief Culture Officer- we get it! Tracking employee data in spreadsheets is a headache you don’t have time for, we make it simple- to free you up for more meaningful work. Watch the webinar!
Today, business process automation is a critical strategy used to transform organizations and strengthen bottom-line results. At the front of this movement, human resource leaders are embracing automation to transform every aspect of their company's workforce management, from payroll to core HR to strategic talent management. For HR leaders who are considering automation to transform their people management processes, a crucial step in the early project-planning phase should include gaining a full understanding of the significant advantages offered from true cloud technology. Additionally, those organizations already using automated solutions via on-premise software will want to weigh out the options of switching to cloud delivery for greater efficiency.
Today’s “connected” generation is comprised of tech-savvy workers whose strengths must be harnessed for competitive advantage. Read how to reach “Gen C” and develop talent management strategies to attract, engage and retain this workforce segment.
The beauty of the cloud is that you can get up and running fast. The following e-book will provide you a greater insight into Oracle HCM Cloud Services that are a new generation of cloud-based human capital
Employers have seen employment laws change at a breakneck pace over the last few years - a trend sure to continue in 2012. We've asked our Director of Compliance and attorney-at-law Paul Kramer to help us navigate through a slew of recent (and coming) regulatory changes.
We will go over a brief introduction of what workforce analytics is, and take a look at why it is sometimes so difficult to get the information we need out of our HR or Business Intelligence systems. We will also dive into the important metrics we should consider as HR professionals and what metrics will ultimately drive your business forward.
Administrative demands leave HR practitioners with time for little more than keeping up with growing workloads. A voice at the strategy table requires efficient HR information systems to and create real value in the HR function.